Seekers of Knowledge 008 – Tafseer of al-Kawthar

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alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sunni Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi edge marine. So we've reached over to Kota.

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And the first thing we want to talk about with relation to sort of ricotta is the seven of them.

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The reason for which the sword was revealed, and I think that there is no disagreement that the surah was revealed, because of

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one or more people describing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as an avatar,

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who described him this way. This is where the narrations are maybe not as strong, but there is a generation from even Airbus that it was allows nuwa in

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who passed by the prophet sallallahu, it was send them at the entrance to the masjid. And when he sat with the normals of Quraysh, they said to him, Who were you speaking to back then?

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And he replied,

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he said that

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I was speaking to that avatar. So the question is, an avatar here is obviously a negative word. But what does it mean?

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an avatar, it means the one who is not poor, who is cut off.

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Who is cut off? And specifically the one who is cut off from good

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The one who has all the good from them has been cut off from them.

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But the question here then comes, why would people from Quraysh described the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with this term?

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They had a number of of horrible names and terms that they would call him.

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We know they said to share ever he's a poet, a sir him a magician Majnoon that he's insane.

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That they said that he is more unless he's being taught what to say by somebody. But why an avatar? What was the reason behind it? What is said in this

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is one of two reasons.

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They said that he was he would the Quraysh use this slur. And this,

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this name towards him, because he didn't have any male offspring,

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and his male offspring passed away.

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And since we're talking about the time in Makkah,

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then this refers to,

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to cause he went to our doula

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that the prophets I send them and they said that this was revealed after

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Abdullah passed away.

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And so Quraysh used to use this term for the one that doesn't have any male children.

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And they used to say that this person is cut off from good and we know that they what they used to believe about daughters that they used to believe that having a daughter is

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a disgrace, like any Hannah from Allah subhanaw taala, that this person has been disgraced or this person is of a low position.

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And they used to consider that the one that doesn't have any male children has been cut off from them from from inheriting people in someone inheriting from them, and so on, and someone who's going to carry on their name.

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And so they use this word as a slur as a by me by way of name calling a laptop, the one who is cut off. It's also said that it referred to the followers of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, that the rich and noble and powerful members of Quraysh were not among his followers, and that among his followers were the weak and the needy and the poor.

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And for that reason, they said that they labeled him as the one who is cut off from good

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The one who is cut off from good

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so it said as we said, there is an illusion that it was allowed to be one that said that up top, it was this avatar this one

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Who is cut off meaning the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And in the same narration it said well can we use a Muna, Malay Salah who is known as they used to call the one that doesn't have any meal children, and the one who is cut off is cut off from having his name, carrying on through his male offspring. So Allah azza wa jal sent down this surah. As for the specific story, this needs some research as to its authenticity, but the actual concept that it was revealed, in response to them using this against the prophet SAW the law is and this is clear from the sutra itself. The wording of the surah makes it clear that this surah was revealed in response to those people who use this term for the Prophet sallallahu it he was in them.

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And the first I and the last I have a link in this way. Because if we go back to the linguistic meaning of alcocer linguistically alcocer is El Hierro casier a huge amount of good and so linguistically, alcocer is the opposite.

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Not quite the opposite, but it's in terms of completely contrasts with a laptop.

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It's a complete contrast, because alcocer

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comes originally from the caf and third and RA, from which we get the word tathra and cafe.

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x a huge amount of good

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solely even linguistically, the first idea and the last ayah

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it is a completely it completely destroys what Christ said about the Prophet sallallahu.

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In our pain, cosa,

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we have certainly given you alcocer linguistically before we talk about what alcocer is here in terms of the ayah linguistically in the language l co author is El Hierro Kathy Ravi, this huge amount of good so they are labeling him as the one who is cut off from good and Allah says, We have certainly given you what I have certainly given you alcocer

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I have certainly given you a huge amount of good.

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And then the last is in the shanika who will abtot the real one who is avatar is the one who hates you.

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That is the one who is MK Toure, who is cut off from all good is the one who hates you or hates the religion that you brought. We're going to come to the last Ayah later on but you get the contrast that

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koresh say about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam that he's been cut off from good either because his followers are black father weekend they are poor, and they're not rich and wealthy. And that is the son of Allah with the prophets. Allah wa salatu salam in the beginning of the of the call, that in the beginning, the first people to follow the prophets are

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our Messiah keen, the poor and the needy. And then later on the rich and the wealthy follow when the call becomes wider. But generally speaking, generally speaking, there are exceptions because some of the early companions were among the wealthy nobles and so on. But generally speaking, the followers of the prophets and the messengers, generally speaking, were from among the, the poor and the needy, or because the prophet SAW Selim did not have male children that lived and inherited from him.

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alive so it just says that we

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have Lost Planet Allah says, in our clinic,

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we have given you alfalfa, and as we said, alcocer is a huge amount of good, a vast amount of good, but the alcocer which is mentioned here.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself made Tafseer of what it refers to. And this is an example of tipsy it'll be sooner making the Tafseer of the Quran through the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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and the Heidi

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is narrated by Muslim in in Swahili from Anna sohrabi Allah one that he said vaynerman anwender NaVi solo la hora le who was said, with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. When he

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the revelation overcame him, he he he became unconscious through the revelation

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for moraxella

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More testament than he raised his head and he was smiling.

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For Khulna mock up hacker kal rasulillah. We said what makes you laugh or messenger of Allah we know when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to laugh, he would only smile he wouldn't make the noise of laughing

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while NSLs, Alia subra. He said his surah has been revealed to me for Cora a Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim in our cleaner Kolkata, it actually that he read Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim in our clinical COVID we have given you all Calvin. So McCall, I tell the Runa melco sir cosa. Do you know what alcocer is? So here we have a linguistic meaning, which is a great amount of good and not linguistic meaning contrasts with an avatar, which is what they accused him of being.

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He said, Do you know what el COVID is?

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Carla, Khulna? Allahu, Allahu Allah. We said Allah and His Messenger nor best. This is a phrase that the Sahaba would typically say, when Allah had given the revelation to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And the meaning of this is not to equate the knowledge of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam with the knowledge of a lot that's not the meaning of the statement, but the meaning of the statement is Allah has revealed to you the answer so Allah and His Messenger know best

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call for India hoonah

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Why then he Robbie, Allah Hi, I'm Katie. He said, it is a river that my Lord has promised me which has much good in it.

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Well, who are held on Terry do ra e oma to McKeon, and it is a pool which my mission will come to on the Day of Resurrection.

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So now the question is in this Hadith, and the Hadith continues in this hadith in Sahih, Muslim

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there are two things that are referred to as alkota.

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There is a river in paradise. And that river is mentioned from the Hadith or to live in the aroma rhodiola inhuman the Hadees with any materiality in his gemera

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that he said alcocer that he saw alojar instead of instead of cosa nanofiller Jenna

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alkota is a river engender?

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It's two banks are made of gold.

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It's true banks are made of gold. And it's bed that it runs over the the I think you call it the bed with the riverbed where it runs over his

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daughter while he puts his

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pearls not pills is

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what do we call yakut?

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rubies.

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rubies.

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It runs over.

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And it tells me the said about it has no sorry that it is Hassan has no say.

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So here this Hadees

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again, refers to pills and rubies and your pills when they're also pills and rubies. And it tells me they said it's Hassan sorry.

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Here alcocer is referred to as the river but in the first half of it, which is the Hadeeth of Sahih Muslim it's referred to as the river as well as the house. So how do we join between these two? is alcohol for the river in general? Or is alcohol sort of the pool that the

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oma of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will come to your location. So as for the second,

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the second one,

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then this is also mentioned in

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numerous authentic ahaadeeth

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which the Prophet sighs haven't spoke about the house.

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But the question is how do we join between

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this it being the house or it being the river

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as is in the first Hadees of Sahih Muslim where it joins between the two. It joins between the two.

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It is to say that the household is fed by the river from gender.

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And this is mentioned in some a hadith that the source of the hold of the pool that the oma will come to Yokoyama

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under

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When they drink from it,

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they will never be thirsty again

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is that this how it comes from?

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A source and one of the sources that it comes from is it comes from the river called El coauthor in general. And so it can refer to both of them. Both of them since they both come from the same source or one comes from the other.

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And half of them. In fact, Halle Berry Rahim Allah Allah, He said something similar.

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He said, the apparent meaning of the Hadeeth is that the How is is near to the is near to the river.

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And that the source of the water from the that fills the house, that will go to on the Day of Judgment, the source of that water is from the river, which is known as alkota. And by this we can join between the two. And we know that general out that joining between two texts is more is is more deserving than leaving one of them aside and taking the other one. So both of them. And in the Hadith in Sahih, Muslim, it seems that the profits by selling or risk returns both of them as alkota. Because he said that in any Europe, the IE

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it is a river that my Lord has promised me with a great deal of good. Well hold on Teddy Allah, Allah He Almighty Almighty Allah, and it is a pool that my alma will go by on the Day of Judgment, and both of them are called alcocer. Since they both come from the same source and allies of journalists best.

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here we can also say,

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we can also say

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that

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the relation of alcocer to gender or the way that alcocer is mentioned as a as a river agenda, also indicates that when we will truly see

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the huge amount of good that was given to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, when everyone will bear witness to that is European.

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That is when everyone will bear witness to the truth of what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam brought, and everyone will bear witness to the huge amount of good that he has been given. And one of the examples of that is Mr. Carmen Mahmoud, the Praiseworthy station, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will intercede

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for the judgment to begin on the Day of Judgment, and on that time, everyone will praise him from the Muslims and the non Muslims, everyone will mention him in a good way. And so we will be seeing the normal piano the Hadith, that Allah subhanaw taala has prepared for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and indeed for the oma of Islam after him, all of that good will be truly seen yamapi Allah even though it can be seen in this dunya from the truth of Islam and the revelation that has been given to him, it can be seen by for everyone to witness that and for everyone to testify to it, it will be Yokoyama that it becomes clear on the Day of Resurrection, that all of the

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good was given to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam and to the Muslims, and whatever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was prevented from in this world Allah Subhana Allah Allah has prepared for him what he has not prepared for any other human being in terms of the pleasures of Paradise and the station in paradise that no one else will be given

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in our clinical counseling

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for suddenly really Rob Baker one out

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here want to see if I can try to bring me the quote from Chevron with a mean or him alone

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for suddenly Rob Baker, one

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here,

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there is a there have to a bar that mentioned, but before them is mentioned the fact for solving for solving the fact here It indicates to do something immediately

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to do something immediately. So Allah azza wa jal is telling the prophet SAW I said, we've given you this huge good. We've given you this huge amount of good among this huge amount of goodness, this river there in Paradise, and this pool that that is dedicated for the Ummah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on the Day of Resurrection. So pray.

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So pray, ie show your gratitude to Allah through prayer.

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And sacrifice through a solid and

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a net which is sacrifice.

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There are a few things that we need to take from this particular if suddenly Rob Baker, one house, there are a few things that we need to take from it. First of all, the point here that I was going to call to

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the shear he said, Belgium or bane of solidarity when you're kuno, jam man beta a bird that in betania worry bird at him earlier. He said, there is there is there are two ibadat mentioned here. One of them is a physical a bar that you do with your body, which is the prayer and the other one is a financial ibadah that you do with your with your money, it's an A Bada, that you spend upon you put you purchase a sacrificial animal, and then the animal is slaughtered and the meat is distributed. That is an act of primarily an act of a financial act of worship. So both kinds of worship are mentioned here. And the other reason that they are mentioned or another reason that they

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mentioned is that these are two of the greatest acts of worship that a Muslim can do the salah and sacrifice.

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And this is why allies so Joel mentioned them at the end of solar tool and when Allah subhanaw taala said cool in solidarity one no Suki wanna hear ya wanna Mati Linda, hey, Robin amin, luxury Cara Wahby, Danica O'Meara, our allies origin said,

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say, indeed my prayer, and my sacrifice, and my living and my dying, are for Allah, Lord of the worlds, meaning that when we pray, we only pray to Allah. And when we sacrifice we only sacrifice to Allah Subhana Allah. And the issue of prayer and sacrifice are issues where a lot of the weather polytheists particularly would perform to other than allies reject prayers to other than Allah to their idols and statues and also acts of sacrifice to other than Allah.

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And so making your prayer and your sacrifice for allies alone is one of the most fundamental symbols of Islam and these are both from the Shire of Allah soldier.

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That he co amin, you are them shy or Allah for in the humming Taku. Allah azza wa jal said

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that whoever shows venerate whoever venerates shows,

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whoever venerates and honors the SHA, Allah the symbols of Allah, for inhambane topwell Kuru. This is from the taqwa in your hearts, that you have shown that significance in that honor, and that respect to our laws, those symbols that are symbols of Islam, and insulted Hajj, the symbol that is being spoken about is sacrifice.

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The symbol that has been spoken about is the is the sacrifice. But both the salah and the sacrifice are from the big symbols of Islam, the things the Sharia of Islam, by which Islam is known and distinguished from other things. How is Islam distinguished two of the major symbols of Islam by which Islam is known, and by which Islam is different and seem to be different is the sacrifice and the Salah.

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There is something else mentioned about the sacrifice, which is

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different from the Salah, or one small point and I think it's worth mentioning here on the difference between the soldier and the sacrifice

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is that the Salah, when you look at it, you can clearly see the Muslim prayer as being different from any other kind of prayer.

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You can clearly see that the prayer that the Muslims pray is different from any other kind of prayer.

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And there's nothing that makes it confused with any other kind. It's very different from how people of any other religion pray

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is very distinct and different. But the sacrifice is something where it is what is in your heart and your intention that that is the only thing that differs because you can't easily see the difference between the sacrifice of someone who sacrifices an animal for a large region and those who do not. Yes, the mentioning of Allah's Name is that is true. But it's not immediately obvious when you look at the person and that is mentioned in a hadith

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In which one of the companions said to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he had made an oath to sacrifice an animal in a particular place.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked him two questions. He said, was there an idol? Was there an idol that used to be worshipped in that place? pilota He said, No. He said, then was there and read from there is was there a day or a place where they used to go? And the mushrikeen they used to have an aid on that day? He said, No. So then the Prophet sighs I'm said to him, hope you've been able to go and fulfill your authentic sacrifice in that place.

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Here there is a difference. The reason the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam asked him so many questions about this was because

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if he were to go to that place, and sacrifice an animal in that place, and it used to be a place where the idols were worshipped, it's not immediately clear what the difference is between you as a Muslim and between the people who used to sacrifice the animals there to the idols, it's not clear.

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The same distinction was not made with regard to the Salah, which is why we talk about is it permissible to pray in a place that used to be, for example, a church?

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It used to be a church and it was converted. Yes, it's permissible because our salah and they're solid, there is no confusion between it. Whereas the sacrifice, it's not immediately clear, unless the person is standing over and you see, they hear you say, Allah's Name. When when the animal is sacrificed, it's not immediately clear the difference between the sacrifice which is to Allah and not which is to other than Allah azza wa jal, whereas with the Salah, it's extremely clear. So you could also say that there is a joining here between one which is very, very clearly distinct and unique. And one which the thing which makes it unique is for in the hammock world Guru is from the

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what's in your heart.

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And likewise, unsalted Hajj when Eliza Jen mentioned that it's not the blood, and it's not the meat in the blood, which reaches a lot. But it's, you know, takua minko, but it what reaches Allah is that piety that comes from you, and so on. So this is just an interesting point in the joining of between the salah and the sacrifice for suddenly Rob Baker 100.

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Pray to your Lord and sacrifice.

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inertia, aka

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inertia, aka, indeed the one who hates you.

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And the one the P those who hate the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam are of two types, or can be divided into two types. There are those who hate him schatzi and they hate him in himself.

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They had a hatred for him in his in who he was in what he did in him personally a personal hatred. And there are those who had no personal hatred for him. But they have a hatred for something that he brought in his son, and something that he brought from his guidance. So a lot of it was him. So the people that had a personal hatred for him, are very few in reality.

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And maybe the most scary thing to consider, are those people who had a hatred for something that he brought.

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For example, when Eliza Jane mentions in Surah, Mohammed

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that he can be an luchetti, whom ends Allah Allah for Botha. That's because they hate something that Allah sent down so Allah rendered all of their deeds worthless. So this is a very serious thing, that the person who is described as Shani akkad the one who hates you could be of two types, someone who had that personal hatred for the Prophet sallallahu it was and we mentioned Abu lahab we mentioned the wife of Abu lahab like a Buddha hell, the people from among the nobles of Qureshi who had a personal hatred of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam because of his message and his religion that he brought, because they didn't have that pert that hatred of him until he proclaimed

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the religion of Islam. We heard already the story of Abu lahab when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that I'm a woman being there, they either been chedid before a punishment which is severe and he said

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Is it for this, that you cannot attend it whether you brought us all for this tab bad luck, may you perish.

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But they said things about the profit side some personal things. They said things about his personality, they said things about him. They said things they called him names. But it's not only them that fall under this is also under this ayah are those people who have a hatred for something from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu it he was sent them. And this is where I think the greater danger lies. Because it can even be that some people from among the Muslims can come close to this. Because sometimes our first reaction when we hear something we don't check, did it come from the sundown or did not come from the sun? Now our initial reaction is I don't, this is not right, or

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this is this is oppressive, or this is something that we didn't check. Whereas our reaction should be first of all, when we hear something about Islam, that we first of all, go back and we check is that from Islam or not? Is it from the Sunnah, and no doubt there is nothing in the sooner that a person could hate. But sometimes what happens is people are quick, especially in these times when so many ideologies exists, which contradict Islam, that people are quick to jump into something and to, to say something about

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an issue which later prove is proven to be authentic from the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu it He will send them

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and in reality, the one who hates the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or hates his student and his guidance, this person is the one who is an avatar, the one who has been cut off from all good, because the only good is in following the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi salam, and this is what you can take from the end of the ayah. Because if you reverse the understanding, if one who hates the sin that has been cut off from good, then there is no doubt that the only good that exists is in following the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam as well, whoever turns away from that has turned away from all good.

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And this also leads us to an importance of giving the Prophet sallallahu when he was selling them, his rights, his Roku,

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and the rights of the Prophet sallallahu or any who was sending them can be summarized in

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two,

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or between two things as being between two things.

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First of all,

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that as the Prophet of Allah azza wa jal in his final messenger, solo levar, and he will send them he was the best of mankind.

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And he said, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and I say you do one or the other.

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I am the best of the children of Adam. And there is no pride in that there is no boasting. Because it's a fact. That's why there is no boasting in it days. It's not a statement of boasting. What I thought there is no I'm not boasting, that factually, he is the best of any other

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and the closest of them to Allah subhanaw taala, and the most beloved of them to allies.

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And as the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he has the right to be a bait.

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He has the right to be a bait.

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But where we have to be careful that we don't fall into is worshipping him instead of Allah azza wa jal and that's why he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said do not exaggerate with regard to me, like the Christians exaggerated with regard to race. I don't know Maria. So say that I am Abdullah. He was rasuluh. I am the slave of Allah and His Messenger, the slave of Allah, so he's not worshipped, and the messenger so he's not disappeared. And that's what some of the scholars said, when they said this, they said,

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Abdullah, he fella you are but he's a servant of Allah, so he's not worshipped, while Rasulullah he fella and he's the Messenger of Allah, so he is not to be disobedient.

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So if you give him his right, it is that you give him the highest position of any of the a bad have allies origin from the children of Adam, and among the among the children of Adam and the jinn that you give him the highest position. Because he said, and I say you do one or the other. I am the master of the children of Adam, the best of the children of Adam.

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But that doesn't reach to the level of an act of worship being given to him instead of a loss of habitat.

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And you obey Him and you don't disobey Him. And that's what's wrong.

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by him being a result,

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we can expand on this concept of obedience of this concept of the rights of the prophets. I send them in a different way. And that is that some of the scholars they spoke about the rights of the prophets I send them as being three.

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As it relates to seeing that Mohammed sigh send them is Rasulullah, the Messenger of Allah. They said his rights are three or two female

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waters de PUE female,

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when you're a better law, when you are a better law in the Mashallah three things. Number one, that you have obey Him in what he commanded you. And that includes commands to do and commands to live off. Both. So it includes His commands to do something and his prohibitions. You obey Him in following what he commanded, and staying away from what he prohibited. That's the first one.

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Secondly, that you believe in what he told you, whatever he told you about Allah, about gender, about the unseen, about the angels, whatever he told you from the revelation.

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You believe in what he told you.

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And you don't go against that with any means by your intellect, or by your feelings or by your any any means at all. You don't oppose it,

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and that you only worship Allah the way that he showed you how to do it.

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And that's because there is no means to worship Allah azza wa jal, except the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam showed you how to worship Allah. So there is no way to pray except the way he showed you how to pray. There is no way for you to make her any more or any less than for a cat except for the traveler who prays. There is no way for you to make mohareb any more or any less than three records. There is no way for you to change what is read in the beginning of the Salah, what is read at the end, beginning the Salah with Allahu Akbar and finishing it with a Salam or aleikum wa rahmatullah. You don't have any way to change the way that you worship Allah. You have to

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worship Allah, the way the prophets of Allah will send them showed you how to worship Him.

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That is a summary of some of the rights of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam into add to that one is the right of loving him

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more than you love anyone else, because of his statement, as is in the hadith of Anna sort of the law one, like we know I had to call her akuna

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la he Meanwhile, he was already

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very non of you truly believes unless I am more beloved to him, than his parents and his children, and all of mankind even your own self. So those are some of the rights of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam which we can speak about when we come to speak about the statement in nashoni occur, who is the one who hates you is the one who is really being cut off from all good.

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And also here we can talk about the importance of not opposing the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa send them with anything.

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And that can include as we said, any way that people oppose the Sunnah, either by

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their intellect where they say that you know, whatever I whatever my my mind can understand. That's what I take as person or the person who opposes the sun network, as they say just doesn't feel right to me, or the person who opposes the sun net because of their desires, and so on. Rather the Sunnah of the prophets I said is representative of him and a hatred of the Sunnah is representative of a hatred of himself or any person and that's why a dilemma sanity also when he came to this he said the one in the shiny aka who will be the one who hates you and the one who hates what you brought from alhuda were not the guidance of the light. This is the one who is caught off from every good

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and this is the one who is cut off from passing down to his offspring anything good.

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So inshallah Allah I think that we can suffice ourselves with that except for the homework.

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Except for the homework because we had a little bit of homework from last time.

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And that was that we were going to

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find out about the sources that begin with cool

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how many are there?

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Which What are they since there are a few holding up, holding up five for me, then we can name them very easily because four of them come on one in one pile.

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of the Quran and only one is separate. Okay, so I will ask you pointed five. What are the

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sources of Jin kulu a la animal stem rnfl Amina Jennifer call in semolina, Allen I Jabba Sujin soojin It starts with cool and then

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Allah class

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careful on

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salted fella uncertainness. So sawtell cat. So if we go in all that sort of Elgin saltiel caffi rule and then the last three quarters of a crime, did anyone have a think about how you could classify? And I'll tell you I found one particular discussion on this. How would you break those up?

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Especially since they start with the word cool? In other words, why why start them with the word cool?

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Any anyone come up with anything?

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That could definitely be the case, salted salted gin and salted nuts could be put together because they both contain a discussion of,

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of the discussion of the general the unseen. You could definitely do that. And sort of any class and cat food when we said they go together.

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We can put those two together.

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That's That's very good. I actually think that was very, very excellent answer as well. That call has a special emphasis that the Prophet slicin has been asked to say it especially, even though all of the Quran is is from Allah that he's been asked to say but why specifically these five sutras is he been asked to say, the classification that I found is that sort of gin

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and sewer to caffeine room,

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and sewer teleclass all

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on the topic of a dour tablet,

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giving dour and conveying the message.

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To they all relate to giving down and conveying the message kohala had is the response to a question that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked describe your load to us who Allah

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kuliah you healthcare furon addresses the disbelievers say to all of the disbelievers. So it's again, a doubt. Likewise, sort of Elgin is also in that category.

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And sort of fed up and sort of the NASS refer to the importance of seeking refuge with Allah subhanaw taala. So some of them divided it that way, they said that three of them relate to Tao and conveying the message and him being told to convey the message, convey this message, convey this message. And two of them relate to protecting yourself and teaching people to protect themselves

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when conveying that message, and that is one of the classifications that I found. But it's just interesting to think about, and to try to like, understand why these particular five sources and like I said, with things like this, don't take it too far. I don't take it so far that you're stretching so much that you don't have a basis for what you see. And then you come up with something that isn't really grounded. But at the same time, it's from the depth barometer effect, call the thing thinking and pondering upon the Quran, that you reflect upon the fact that there are only five sutras in the Quran. Start with the word cool. What makes those five? Is there a reason or all five

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response to a question? Three of them? Yes, you could say but two of them

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are more in emphasizing the protection seeking the protection of allies who are also in federal court. And as the brother rightly said, sort of NASA sort of gene pools deal with the topic of the Djinn also

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sort of a class and can go together. So as there are parallels, definitely did you have something also

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the world of the unseen

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The way we should act towards it that's also very good. Three of them tell us about the world of the unseen

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which is alpha luck and a nurse and Elgin and two of them tell us how we should believe in Allah subhanaw taala so that's also an emphasis on the way that we believe in the way we worship Allah and our belief in the in the world of the unseen is all very valid. So we leave it there inshallah tada and we continue to evening night Allah next week and Eliza gentles best was Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad vida early he was

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