Tafseer 032 – The Tafseer of Surah al-Fajr #4

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Alhamdulillah he'll be in Ireland mean was Salatu was Salam ala Abdullah he will suli Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was so happy he edged mine

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we've now reached towards the end of sorts of fragile the last part of sort of virgin inshallah to Allah Today we're going to be able to finish solfeggio by the permission of Eliza

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so we reached the statement of Eliza gel Kela Bella to cream only at

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what was mentioned just before that what was the last thing we mentioned? What was the the two ayat before that what were they about?

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For ml in Santa Maria Taylor who are boo to a Corona who went to Amman who fear could be a common one is Emma patella, who for kadalai here is cuckoo for your Hulu Robbie.

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so when Allah gives you a great deal, mankind any the state of man Eliza gel gives you everything.

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And then the person believes that means that Allah is honoring them and Allah really loves them and allow wants to raise them up. And when a law restricts their income, and when Allah subhanaw taala.

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And when Allah subhanaw taala restricts their provision and makes things hard for them. They say Robbie ohana my lord is disgracing me.

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We said that this is not the measure of who Allah loves and doesn't love. Because we said the principle is the dunya. Allah gives it to those that he loves, and those that he doesn't.

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So what is the link to this next ayah?

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Keller, he Here comes with different meanings in the Quran we've already mentioned in our Tafseer classes, some of the meanings of Keller

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remember, we mentioned I think at least two we mentioned two meanings of Keller in previous classes.

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Keller can be used to say what has preceded is not? That's not the case.

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In other words, no, it's not like that. Kenda It's not like that.

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Keller. In other words, what this human being imagines, they imagine that Allah gives them because he loves them or he withholds from them because he is disgracing them and he hates them. Keller is not like you think

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you're wrong in this presumption.

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Keller Bell Labs to Cremona, Yeti kelab Allah to creemore ellia team. No rather you do not

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honor the author.

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Now, what do you notice? And we can put this question out to YouTube, people watching on YouTube as well.

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What do you notice changed between the previous ayah and between this ayah for ml insurnace is Emma patella who are boo kurama who, when Anna who for a quarter of the economic as for man when his Lord tests him, so he gives him many blessings. And he gives he honors him with many good things. He says My Lord has honored me.

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And as for when His provision is restricted, he says My Lord has disgraced me.

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No, rather you do not honor the orphan.

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What do you notice change between these two is something very huge changed.

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Between these two ayat

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Okay. Oh, yeah, okay.

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Something between these two ayat like something major just changed?

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What's like spot the difference in the eye? Like what? What's the big thing that changed between the previous ayat and kelab Bella to Cremona, Leah team, rather you do not honor the orphan?

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Do you have any answers on the

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Yeah, very good. Very good. This is very important. Allies or gel was speaking about mankind. He says like this, he thinks it's like this. He says My Lord, then suddenly the speech changes and becomes you.

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You You people, you

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don't do this. Now this is significant both in language and meaning in the Arabic language it's very significant because it certainly grabs your attention because right now we're talking about the third person who say Oh, you know what a poor person who thinks like that What a foolish person who thinks like that Kela Bella to Cremona Leah teen but you people you you don't look after the author

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so suddenly your attention is that it's like a shock to your system right because you were talking about someone else? We were talking about inside we were talking about your code or be economic your code or upbeat a hand and he says My Lord Milo doesn't this he says this he says that kettlebell to curry moon you people don't honor the often. So the first thing is that it completely wakes you up. You suddenly like what happened?

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And it also is a wake up call for the people who match that description. Those people who might have fallen into that thinking and allies addresses them directly or you people do you want to know this is what even Jedi Jedi linked it like this there's two opinions on the ayah but even Jedi rahimullah LinkedIn like this, you people want to know why it is that a lot disgraced you a lot disgraced you because you didn't take care of the orphan.

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That was how even Algeria of poverty Rahim Allah to Allah how he linked it. He said this kettlebell lateral cream only a team. It goes back to the reason why Allah azzawajal

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disgraced the person.

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If you want to know why it is that allies are gentle disgraced you a lot disgraced you because you didn't look after the orphan.

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Like that.

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Any the link between the two being this is linked to the previous and this is linked to the previous

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to the previous ayat.

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there are those who from the scholars of Tafseer who they didn't

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link it like that any they didn't link it that this is they didn't link it to the previous and among them even Cassia Rahim Allah Allah, they didn't link it to the previous ayat. They said Kela it's not like you think and then Allah azzawajal addresses them by mentioning examples of how far they are away from a lot. Type. I have a question whether we take either of the two opinions, whichever of the two

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Opinions we take this one or that one?

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The question is,

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is it is that the the only reason is not looking after an orphan is that what makes you from the people agenda or the people agenda?

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And is the sole reason a person goes to jahannam because he didn't honor the orphan what to have done at a time and miskeen and he didn't

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encourage each other, to feed the poor? Is that is that the core The main thing that is required from you in Islam?

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Islam is much, you know, much broader than that. But these are examples of being far away from Allah. Now, which saw what I did we study where we showed that these are examples that typify, and exemplify the disbeliever Where did we we did a surah, very small, so often, Small Soldiers, we said, that this, Allah azzawajal showed us that this of turning away from the orphan or not feeding the poor, these kind of things, this is what you expect from the disbeliever

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covered in more than one place, but one particular source we covered it, very clean, the whole solar is about this

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not sort of caffeine.

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He mentions the orphan and it mentions the poor,

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not looking after the orphan,

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not taking care of the poor.

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And that this is the description of those who disbelieve noun. So to now are at ledi. UK, they will be Dean furtherly. Can lady earlier team while I hope to either timing miskeen.

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Have you seen the one who disbelieves in the resurrection. This is the one who

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pushes away the orphan.

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This is the one who does not cooperate and encourage the feeding of the poor. So it doesn't mean that you're not looking after the orphan is the only thing in Islam. But this is a exemplify it's an example that exemplifies and just shows you

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what you expect from the Katherine.

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That's what you expect from the person you can they will be Dean who disbelieves in the resurrection.

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That's what you expect from them, you expect from them that they will behave like that towards the orphan. So these are examples. But now I have another question. Why give these examples then? Why gives this example? Why not give other examples? Why give the example of the team and feeding the miskeen?

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What's that? kulula tordoff aklan Lemma?

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Okay, very close. In fact, you're so close. I give it I give that to you. You are very, very close, that the previous ayat talked about mankind in relation to his risk, right? For a male in Santa Barbara Taylor horrible for a kurama who were there Mmm.

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And either Maria Taylor who for cada Allah, Allah He risco they talk about the situation of mankind with regard to the risk that Allah gave him. So the people of Eman What are they doing with the risk that Allah gave them?

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You criminally a team, taking care of the orphan.

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How don't add a time and miskeen they are together with each other encouraging one another to and cooperating with each other in feeding the miskeen. They're not interested in genma allemaal. They're not interested in just getting money for the sake of money. They're not stealing other people's money. So since the previous ayat are always talking about mankind in the situation of their risk, so when you give examples of the sins that made a person

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disgraced in the sight of Allah, it makes sense to give examples that relate to risk, right?

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So as long as we've understood that this is not, these are examples, and it's not the

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case that

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the only reason the disbelievers enter jahannam is because they don't take care of.

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They don't take care of the the orphan,

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or they don't encourage each other to feed the poor. But these are examples. And the reason these examples are given is we can give two reasons. Number one, because this is what is expected of the cafe.

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This is what you expect from the one who did denies a lot and denies the resurrection. And secondly, because of the fact that the IRS prior to that are talking about the situation of mankind and their risk, where is when they get all of this money, they think that Allah loves them so much, because they were given so much money, or law really loves me, Allah honors me, Ally's got waiting for me so much in Jenna, because of this money he's given me when in reality, they didn't use that money to look after the orphan. They didn't use that money to feed the poor, they didn't use that money to

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or they didn't spend that money for the sake of Allah, they didn't earn it in a halal way or use it in a halal way. So it makes sense to give examples of their, of the, the outcome of their disbelief based on the the risk that they have been given because that is the context in which these ayat are, were revealed.

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It is a reminder, no doubt, it's a reminder, for the person of wealth is a reminder for the person of wealth, that this wealth isn't a proof that Allah loves you. But what's the proof that Allah loves you?

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If Allah inspires you to use that wealth,

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for good, and this is a sign of proof, it's a sign that Allah loves you. If ally inspires you, to use that wealth for his sake, then this is a sign that allies or shall I Cormack, he's looking after you and taking care of you and honoring you.

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And the reason that Allah is a person is disgraced in the sight of Allah.

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The reason a person is disgraced in the sight of Allah with

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a punishment which lowers them and disgraces them is because of the fact that they turn away from allies or jail. And if we're talking about the from the point of view of risk, they earn it in the harm they spend it in the harm they don't look after the needy and the poor people. And so

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what to have buena Allah to me miskeen

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here to have done

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is to encourage each other. So just like we had

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we had a toss in sort of us or didn't we, whatever. So Bill,

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we had a Tomasi giving each other advice here. What to have donor, you don't give each other encouragement. What does that tell us? islamically something that a lot of people don't think about? Obviously, it tells you the virtue of feeding the poor.

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That we know. But what else does it tell us tells us something very important.

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Apart from just the virtue of feeding the poor, what what are the ruling Can you take from this ayah?

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Giving you often sick of a lie, no doubt. But what other ruling Can you take from the AI apart from giving your wealth for the sake of Allah?

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Well, to have don't allow me miskeen don't encourage one another.

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See if we have anything from the answers.

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Good. That's not bad. I quite like that. Put that one.

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Okay, put those both on the screen. I like both of those answers. They're both very good. The importance and the virtue of encouraging each other to give charity,

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not only just giving charity, but also exhorting people, encouraging people to give charity that you go to and say, you know, give for the sake of Allah, or you encourage people to give for the sake of Allah, you remind people the virtue of giving for the sake of Allah. And you don't always encourage only through your words. Also, sometimes you encourage your actions. Isn't it the case that sometimes, usually how do you give charity usually

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Generally speaking, you give charity secretly, right? Because of the principle that whatever you can conceal of your deeds, you should conceal it. And anything you can possibly do in secret, do it in secret. That's Cyril EClass, the secret of a class, whatever you can do in secret, do it in secret.

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That if you can do 90% of your a badass in secret, whatever you can do in secret, do it in secret. That's the principle of a class. maximize the amount you do in secret, but there are times when you give you a charity in the open. Give me an evidence for giving charity from the Quran where the Quran specifically says about giving charity openly

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and specifically asking you because you've memorized

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Larry knew Fiona and while at home

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lately when the HA

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sir one while Annie attend those people who spend their money in the night and the day secretly and in the open.

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So Eliza gel specifically allowed us to give charity openly what is the benefit of giving charity in front of everybody? It is to encourage other people to do the same. So this is not love and charity. This is an Islamic it's a goal and objective of Islam, for you to encourage people through your example through your words and so on to give money because we know that all of us love money, right? I'm not saying about some of us.

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There's some people that hate inshallah there's zite but everybody likes to have money.

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Allah azza wa jal said we're in the hula hoop Bill hyleri lash at eat. Man really loves money remember higher here doesn't mean good. It means money. Our man loves money.

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And Elijah said lantana Pura had to atone fecal matter hipbone you will not achieve righteousness you cannot be righteous until you spend out of what you love. Not out of what you kind of you know what it is. I don't this thing I like it. No, I give it in charity. This one I like it. I'll give it in charity. This is okay. I'll give it in charity but the best one Nike for myself. Lenten elbow, you will not be righteous until you give what you love.

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That's why some of the seller for him a lot of Alex mentioned that they had a sweet tooth.

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Some of the Sahaba they had like they had a sweet tooth and you like sweet, sweet things. And they used to give sweet any sugar and sweet things out to people. And when they were asked about it, they said Lenten aloe vera Hatton fukami, moto Hippo, you cannot achieve righteousness until you give them what you love. I was reading the seal of the story, biography of

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democracy to democracy, democracy family, even Kodama, Ahmed, Mohammed even kudamon. Makdisi and his children.

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And it's mentioned that he really loved milk.

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Like, either him or my son, they had this love for milk. And one day, and when it was a glass or a cup was presented to them, they didn't take it said go and give it to someone.

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Take the mace I don't want it to be. So why do you love milk anyway, you're not drinking milk today. So go and give it to somebody. Because I want to implement the Ireland tenerlo better or hotter, toned fecal matter I bought, you can't be righteous until you give what you love. You have to find something you really love and give it now to get to the stage where you give what you love. You need encouragement. Like it's easy to give what you're not too bothered about yet. Like someone comes and you have like a, you have some plenty of money in your pocket. And you have few coins. This is can give me some charity. So you take a couple coins out and you give because it's not. It's not what

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you really your heart was really attached to.

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But for you to give that large amount that you really were, you had a big plan for it, you had a big hope for it. And just to give it like that takes encouragement. You need people to encourage you to do that. Right? You need people around you to give those examples.

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And so Pamela it was fine. It's amazing.

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When you see how people give charity, some people allies or puts generosity in their heart. You see this person doesn't stop giving. And honestly, I don't believe that is related to how rich or poor the person is. Because there are people who are very wealthy. I've seen it from that very wealthy people. And they just keep giving. It's like they don't stop. They never ever refused it. Just keep going.

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But I've also seen people who have that much money. They're not like very, very wealthy, but they still have that same generosity that Allah put in their heart, that whatever they have this, give it take.

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There are many examples of that there are examples of that, who is known among the Sahaba. Many among the Sahaba

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are a shot of the lohana.

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She is she used to get in trouble while we allow her and her from her family members, her nephews that used to get upset with her because sometimes she would give everything she had, I should even forget to leave any food for yourself.

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In some people a lie so just puts

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generosity in their hearts

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and they become people find it easy to give. And there's no doubt, like the Prophet sighs I'm told us that Eliza, which I said, and

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vitalik Alec, or Alec, if you spend, I will spend on you.

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So is this is a major, major thing in Islam.

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Still alive, which is mentioning the things they don't do. This is why they've been disgraced. Or this is

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a description of the disbelievers and how they are with their wealth. So then allies which has said what's that coluna terrassa Aquila lemma

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hear the word to us?

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The word to us. The majority of the scholars here they said the word torah here means Elmi Eros,

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the word to us usually we use it today in Arabic we use the word torah for like,

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legacy. Or we use it for

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like antiquities and things or things from people's culture in the past, in order to or off the sort of historical culture of a people something like that. But the word to life here it means meal off.

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In the inheritance.

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What kulu told us

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what tech guru taught us, even Jerry he said me Earth

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and you you devour the inheritance. ape whose inheritance did they used to devour?

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If this is a negative thing, but it's not their own inheritance, then whose inheritance that they used to take away in the time of Jay Haley, or the time prior to Islam, whose inheritance to the notice to give the orphans definitely does want to orphans hundred percent

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Kela Bella to Cremona, Leah team wallet how donado primary skin whatever kulula to us eat the wealth of the orphan

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in the Latina Khurana and while the aterna vomit in ma akula, feeble Tony Hinata was a US loner, Sara, those people who devour the wealth of the orphan unjustly, they're going to enter, the only thing they're putting into their bellies is fire, and they're going to enter a burning

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they're going to enter into a burning place.

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Who else?

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Very famous.

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They didn't give them their inheritance and Elijah rebuked them

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in the Quran. The women

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they didn't give the women that inheritance.

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They would not allow the woman her inheritance. Now what do you think is the link between the orphan and the woman as to why neither of those two? were given their inheritance in jail? Yeah.

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What What do they both share in common?

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Okay, that's one good point. That's one good point that they maybe are less in need of it. I mean, the orphan might need to but I mean, like as a woman might not have as many obligations to spend upon the orphan might be young, doesn't have as many obligations to spend upon.

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Not so much lowly, but they were weak. They were. They were the weakest in society.

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This woman she wasn't able to fight that man for inheritance. She wasn't able to take a sword, a sword and fight that man.

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And say, give me the inheritance. Look at the story and sort of recap of the two boys.

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Who the treasure was buried under their.

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Under the well. Yeah, under the wall. They had a

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They had a treasure buried there.

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Why did a lie soldier not give them the treasure at that time?

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They were too young until they can become strong enough to look after it to God. Because they were at the stage where if that treasure was uncovered at that time, the people will just come, maybe just kill them and take it straightaway. So that's one thing that the women and the orphans were among the weakest in society, they couldn't stand up for themselves.

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They were under the control of others. And the woman was considered to be property in that time. The woman she was considered to be property to the point that a woman might be part of the inheritance in Jamelia, like they would inherit. In other words, they would say, this wife of mine, I, you know, she's like the property I give it to this person.

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So very, very evil

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system that they had in Jamelia of the way they mistreated women, they mistreated the weak people, they mistreated children, they mistreated people who were under their control.

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slaves, also they mistreated their slaves. But the slave usually doesn't have any wealth, because that's the point of being a slave and you don't have you don't actually have any wealth of your own.

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But that's the meaning of what that kulana told us. You devoured the inheritance, the meal off, you devoured the inheritance of those people act lemma

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you devoured it a devouring, which is lemma. And lemma. It comes with two meanings in Arabic, lemma comes the meaning chedid or shin and it comes with the meaning of Gemma, Gemma. So it means you, you know, you gathered all of it, you devoured all of it, you didn't even leave them any of it. And you devoured it severely. So two meanings here. Lemme, you devoured it severely.

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You didn't just take a little bit from it.

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And gem and you brought it all you brought it, you took it all, you just gathered it all to yourself.

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And you devoured it

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accola Lemma.

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And that's why they say, if you say limited time,

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this word lemma if use it with food, it means I ate all of it.

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In aculon Lemma you devoured it, or,

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or you devoured it, severely.

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Huge, we devoured it.

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Even Jerry he said both coming the word the word means both.

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So they used to take the wealth of women, the wealth of children, the wealth of orphans.

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And they used to bring it all together and devour it all until there was none left.

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What was born and malla have been genma

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I knew love, wealth.

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And you love wealth. I love that is Ben gem.

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You love

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wealth. Her Benjamin Gemma means kathira a lot. You love wealth so much.

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And that was that we said this is mentioned elsewhere, which sort of sort of idea, right? We're in a hula hoop Bill hiree lusha deed that mankind just loves

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So he alized Virgil now has rebuked them for a series of things that they did. They didn't take care of the orphan and honor the orphan. didn't look after them didn't honor them didn't take care of them. They didn't encourage each other to feed the poor.

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They used to devour the inheritance

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they used to devour

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the inheritance of the women, the children, the orphans, and they used to love to gather their wealth together. They still love their wealth, but they didn't use to earn it in the right way or even spend it in the right way.

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this Keller here even okay here.

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Even okay feel he took Keller here. Keller has one of two meanings we said.

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Or at least two meanings. One of the meanings Keller comes with is no, it's not like that.

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No, it's not like that. And that's the meaning even Jerry took here in the second kelana.

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Keller, either Ducati outdo that can Decker

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even though even with Jared, he took it to mean that no, it's not like that.

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It's not like that.

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Any it's not?

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It's not

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each your situation should not be like that.

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Any that is not how your situation should be. That's how even jarier took it killer.

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The killer relates to what comes before. It's not like that. Any How can you behave like that?

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And then Allah is going to tell them about the severity of Yokoyama and what is going to happen yamaki Amma, how can you behave like that? When this is going to happen?

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As for evil Cassia Rahim Allah to Allah, he took from the word Kela. That it means the second meaning which is hardcore, certainly.

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And he Keller he didn't link it to what came before he links it to what comes after Keller he dedicated out

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any hackathon. Certainly.

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So one meaning of Keller is not like you think it's not? It's not like that. Meaning it's not like that, that you should behave, you should not behave like that. And Keller meaning hardcore? Certainly can either to cut it out, certainly when the earth is adopted cattle out

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there do cattle out do that can deck.

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There are a lot of different opinions about the meaning of this ayah but the different opinions in this ayah really go back to two different opinions.

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One is that the meaning of

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can either Ducati an outdoor deck can deck the deck here is

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a Tarik Tarik

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by the Terek that the earth will move and shake

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the earth will move and shake a tremendous shaking, and it will shake one time after another.

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Any so in that way the trans what would the translation be Kela either Ducati outdo that conductor know when the earth will be shaken with a shaking after another shaking any one shaking after another. And they said the shaking here is it as zillertal Aldo zils Allah ha when the earth will be shaken with its

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with an earthquake, this is that the earth will be shaken with a severe shaking. And they said they took the meaning of Kela is a Ducati ogbu that can that can that it means to Herrick to hurry can badger Tarik that it means that the earth will be shaken one time after another and he This is that the the earth will be shaken like an earthquake one time after the other and death can Decker is emphasis here.

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Because Allah mentioned three times can either do cattle out to deck can deck cat any this deck is mentioned three times he that do cattle out that's one that can that's two Decker three times when the earth will be shaken again and shaken and shaken when the earth will be shaken and shaken and shaken.

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emphasise one time after another or the severity of it. That's one

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the second opinion is

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Is that the meaning of either Ducati outdo that conductor? The meaning is

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a test we're any suit. Any the test we

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test we are when the the mountains become a level to the ground

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when the mountains are leveled to the ground.

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This is mentioned in many of the ayat of the Quran

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Can you think of some of the ayat of the Quran I mentioned when the mountains will be

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many towards the end of Josiah towards the in the beginning of this ama. Many of the schools mentioned the mountains

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Why is elgiva

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sweet your art?

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What else

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went on where your mental see Google g Bell?

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Many Ayat of the Quran they talk about the mountains being crushed, or the mountains being turned like

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what was said in jivaro Besa I cannot have

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one better. I knew in the mountains will be crushed into dust.

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That's now that's very good. You brought this ayah. This ayah is another example of the same language used in this ayah. So you brought the ayah in Surah.

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In in Saltillo to

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No, no, no, I wasn't thinking about that. I was thinking about the iron sword.

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I was thinking about the idea.

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What type of metal metal genre became for whom yoga isn't cemani before? It's

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no, no, no, I

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told you for outdueled g value for Ducati a decade 10. Why?

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For Ducati a decade 10 why they will be shaken with a single shaking or does not win the mountains will be they will be leveled to a single level they will all be made level.

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And in any case, these two meanings or both,

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these two meanings are both correct. And they are not contradictory to each other because both of these two things will happen the earth yamaki ama will be shaken with a terrible shaking, it has zillertal Altos Hills,

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and the mountains will be turned into dust and the earth will be flattened until

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and so talk

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for Dakota Dakota

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So, they will be flattened. So they are one level

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was ecology by local a. There are many, many examples where allies would have mentioned that the mountains will be flattened or crushed or turned into dust, or that they will become

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they will, you know become destroyed in one way or another.

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And that just shows you the severity or that's one of the signs of the severity of your malaria. It's one of the signs of the seriousness

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of yamaki ama and the seriousness of what will happen yamaki ama you see these mountains that you can't imagine this mountain will ever move is huge. I mean, have you ever stood and looked at Mount Orford?

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mount hurt? Can you imagine there will come a day when Mount Hood is turned into dust just gone.

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The mountains will just be crushed

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as a severe thing.

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So Allah azza wa jal says Kela here either to rebuke them for what they're doing, as injuria said said or to emphasize the reality of what will happen.

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Yokoyama, like even perfusate Keller is a Ducati outdo that conduct

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watcher, our book, well, malakas offense of

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annual Lord will come

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you will load will come

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time this is an important idea. Where jobs are a book, you will load will come while in

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softer and softer, and the angels will come in rules.

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What did I say about this? Ayah? What are a book?

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Because this is one of the ayat that distinguishes you soon from Allah will be there.

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So what is it that distinguishes Anderson that will be there in the Tafseer of this ayah?

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What do we say about the attributes of Eliza, which generally was the rule was our principle as it relates to a loss of fat? What do we see about a loss of fat? What do we see about loss attributes?

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We see about a lot what he said about himself. And what His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said about him? What are the four things that we avoid?

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What are the four things we avoid?

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in life? What are the four things? Give me just one of them? four things we avoid. When we speak in about Allah and His names and his attributes.

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We avoid

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no doubt we avoid shark but there's four specific things in our lives names and attributes we avoid.

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Okay, so terraclean is one of them denying them. Okay, number one denying them.

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Okay, what else?

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Can we into interpreting them? By changing the meaning of them? And just changing the meaning and taking the meaning and bringing the meaning to

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something else or to Haiti? We could call it

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Okay, Ashby autumn fields.

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So saying the ally similar to his creation?

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And tech, if we mentioned asking how so the four things, let's recap them, this is very, very important. four things that we never do when we speak about last names and attributes. Number one, we never deny them.

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We never deny them. What Allah said about himself, that is the truth. What the Prophet sighs him said about him, that is the truth. Number two, we don't change their meaning.

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We don't come along and say that's not what it means. It means something else.

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Okay, number three, we don't compare a lot to his creation.

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We don't compare a lot his creation. So we don't say Allah rises like the sun rises. And number four, we don't ask how. So now I want you to apply this methodology to the statement or our book, your Lord King, your Lord will come.

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First of all, we say what Allah said that Allah will come yomo piano. That's what I lost. It was our book. That's what I lost it.

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Allah said that on the Day of Judgment, Allah will come.

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That's it.

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We don't deny it. Like some people do. They say no, no, no, no, don't this is not true.

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And we don't change the meaning.

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Like many of them did when they said what jobs are a book it means jobs and more Robic. It means your Lord's command will come or it means the angels will come. Or it means no, it means a law will come

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watch our book.

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And we don't compare a lot to his creation. So we don't say Allah will come before creation like you come in like the heartbeat comes in front of the people Yama Juma because Allah is not like his creation, laser chemically he shaved was semi Basia, there is nothing like him and he is the all hearing the whole scene. And we don't ask how, how will a law come before his creation?

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How will Allah come in front of the creation? How will it be?

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We don't need any of those four things. What we need is what Allah said, and what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, as they said it, do you understand the word Joshua? He will come across as it Do you need anything else. It's not like his creation. It's not like a person. It's not like the sun. It's not like the moon is

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Not like the earth, Allah is nothing is like Allah. But when Allah said he will come with the angels in rows, then that is what will happen as Allah said, women are stuck with Mina la hippy LA. No one is more truthful than a line speech. If Allah wanted to say that his command will come, he would have said

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and he said it in many places in the Quran,

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the end of social and am

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that, that some of the ayat yet to battle, a yachtie Robic, some of the signs of your Lord will come. But Allah didn't say some of the signs of your Lord. Allah said we're Jaya our book, your load will come.

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And this is what Allah sooner they believe about this ayah

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in opposition to al Qaeda, the people of innovation from the Moto ketamine, the people of philosophy and rhetoric, different from the Russia era and the mercury dia. And those people who went on their way different from the Jamia and those people who went on their way.

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We believe about Allah what Allah said about himself, and what the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam authentically said about him. We don't change the meaning we don't deny it. We don't compare a lot to his creation. And we don't ask how

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Allah knows how Allah knows how he will come

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alone was how he will come. But if Allah hasn't told us, then our mind cannot be cannot understand something which relates to ally so gel, rather Allah Subhana Allah knows it which our book and your Lord will come.

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And that is any another

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Subhana Allah any from the ayat which

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shows the severity and the greatness of what will happen yamaki Allah, that Allah subhanaw taala will come and that'll last panel to Allah will judge between his creation.

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And this is mentioned in many places within the plan.

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And we already mentioned that I have a middle outshot because FOCA home yoma is in Somalia,

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there will be eight

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of the angels that will carry the throne of Allah is

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not that ally. So it just means the angels to carry his throne.

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And that's from a laws decree. A law doesn't need anyone from his creation to do anything.

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But allies will decreed that

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the Prophet slicin described the greatness and when you think about, you can't think about the greatness of a lot because you can't describe a law with anything greater than a law described himself.

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Right? You can't describe a lot with anything better than what a law describes himself, learn or cease anna and i like enter combat as Nita lnf sic you, as you described yourself, I can't perfect I can't bring the words to describe you you just as you described yourself. But if you think about some of our laws creation, like the auction allows creation, the throne

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that Angel the Prophet size and described one of the angels that carry the option, one of them between

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the neck and the shoulder, between the neck and the shoulder is 700 years at the speed of bird flies

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700 years

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at the speed a bird flies from the neck to the shoulder

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and there are eight carrying the throne of Allah so

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you just have to think about alma mater mahalo the greatness of a loss creation. So then you realize, as a lot of Harlock you read how great you realize how great the Creator is,

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that Allah azza wa jal creates a suppiler when you hear the Hellfire will be brought to YG IO met using v Johanna the Hellfire will be brought to Prophet sighs have told us 70,000 ropes on each rope will be 70,000 angels

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think of that 70,000 ropes with each rope 70,000 angels

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work that out.

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70,000 times 70,000 70,000 times 70,000.

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This is like

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this greatness the greatness of a large creation. It shows you the greatness of the Creator who created that creation.

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Even though Kathir

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Rahim Allah Allah He said regarding the statement of a lie so a job or job or book, any fossil cover being healthy,

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that allow will come, when will a law come, allow will come when in order to judge between the people.

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And this will be after the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam can make a shofar after the Prophet size 11 will intercede for the for the judgment to begin. What do we call this intercession of the Prophet size and for the judgment to begin?

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What's it called?

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For the judgment to begin?

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scogan mahkamah Mahmoud right.

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It's called the Praiseworthy station and Lacan and Mahmoud and it's called a shofar to ogma the major intercession

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and you know, the story that the people will run to each of the prophets and each of the prophets will say, Neff CFC myself myself,

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myself myself

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indeed a lot has become angry today with an anger he was never be he's never been angry like that before and he will never be angry like that again. Go on Go to the next person then they go one by one through Azmi monobrow. So, they go through the major prophets.

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Each one of them says Neff CFC myself myself until they go to our messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he says Anna, let her annaleigh This is my response, this is I can do this or this is for me to do. Then he will go to Allah subhanaw taala and he will intercede for Allah to begin the intercession between or the to begin the judgment between the people. So Allah subhanaw taala

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will tell the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam or Mohammed Raise your head your follows arafat lasek Raise your head wash back to

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sell to a carwash fair to shafaq asking you will be given into seed and your intercession will be accepted. The question here an important question Can the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam intercede for anyone he wants about anything?

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No, no one can intercede with allies or gel except with His permission men then let the ash fall into who ilahi is. Nobody can intercede except with allies permission. So allies which will give the profit so I sell them permission to intercede for certain individuals but this is chavan Ozma to intercede for the judging to begin between creation yomo camp

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and that is what alarms we just said our say is arsa article rabuka

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not common mahamudra in saltless law.

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So this is what I was talking about what jarabacoa maliko softens offer. This is the time when the Prophet size has interceded. For for the judgment to begin. And allies though a gel will come and the angels will come in rows and angels coming in roars is also a sign of the greatness of that day of how severe it is that the angels will come softened, soft roll after roll after roll.

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You've seen how amazing is the description of gibreel the Prophet size and what did he say? He said I saw gibreel in his form that he was created in he had 600 wings. each wing filled what was between the heavens and earth and he completely filled the horizon.

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Imagine that 600

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Hundred wings that filled the horizon and the angels will come suffer and suffer row after row after row

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YG may even be Johanna And on that day jahannam will be brought How will Jana be brought? As we said the profit sighs I'm setting the Heidi to miss route your Tabby Johanna? Yo Matt Ethan Lucha soberano elephas mm marechal leesy mermin sibor owner alpha

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malaking usual usual rule a Jew Runa ha

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on that day Johanna will be brought with 70 rock 70,000 ropes each rope will have 70,000 angels pulling it

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and you think on that day when

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999 out of 1000 will be thrown into Jannah

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Can you imagine that 999 people out of 1000 go to Jannah one out of 1000 goes to gender

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those who are going to jahannam 999 out of 1000

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those who are going to Jenna one out of 1000

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I want to lie so gel has thrown that the sun the moon I need all of those 999 out of 1000 into jahannam What would you hand them say

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hello me Miss eat?

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Have you not got some more?

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omega qulity Johanna hallym talathi What's a coup? helmy mazet on the day when Allah will say to Johanna Are you full and genuine will Johanna will say to allies they're not anymore?

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This is what Ally's describing in this what Gao may even be Jana

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so how will mankind feel

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on that day?

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How will people feel

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alive so we just said you may attack coal insert what another who's decra on the day when mankind will remember

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what anala husi claw

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and how is it that he will remember

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on the day that mankind will remember

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any now mankind will remember at this point today after they've seen this when a large xojo has come the angels came in Rose jahannam was brought by with 70,000 ropes in each rope with 70,000 angels pulling it on that day at that time people will remember Yo man eating yet as a couple inside

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what anala who dechra?

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Any what right? Does man have to remember that?

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Any for an nallah? Who vichara How can this person remember them? in you? What right do you have to regret? Then?

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When was the time to remember the time to remember was when you were in this life when you had a chance to change when you had a chance to make something of it when you had a chance to come near to Allah?

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So what is it? How can you remember that? What good is it to remember that? And that's why there's even okay feel he mentioned that? He anala who decra What benefit is it

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for the person to remember that?

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What benefit is going to do for them to remember that time nothing.

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Some of the scholars they mentioned this is a kind of punishment that a person remembers.

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Only then is another example of punishment that the person remembers at that time. I suppose they didn't remember when they were on this earth. They didn't remember when they were being questioned in the grief. They didn't remember until they saw jahannam brought in front of them. Yo my eating yet that curl inside on that day and mankind will remember what anala was the crow What good is it for you to remember now being thrown into Johanna What good is it now for you to remember what you should have done during your life?

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Your Kuya la yaku Yeah, la tennie kadem to the hayati.

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yaku la tanny

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condemned to the hierarchy

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the person will say How I wish I put forward something for my life.

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What does it mean to put forward something for my life?

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What life

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in the life of the hereafter that's one opinion that's the strongest opinion in the ayah because a lot so we just said when in doubt, he'll Rotella he'll highlight

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the life of the hereafter This is the real life.

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Meaning that the person says yeah late and he called dumb to Lehigh t l hachiya. How I wish I had put something forward for my real life which is going to come How I wish I hadn't wasted

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that life. There is another opinion about the ayah which is that the lamb here means fee.

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The meaning is Yeah, late and he called them to fee hayati and malviya, in how I wish I had put some effort into my past life.

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And both of those are not contradictory, either in how I wish I had put some effort into my past life, or how I wish I had put something forward for my life which is going to come and that's what it appears to be the stronger of the two

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Because as Eliza just said, the data here, the home of the Hereafter, the heel higher what this is what real life is. Real Life is the life of the Hereafter, not the life of the dunya. So a person says How I wish

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I had put forward something

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for the life that is to come.

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Even in this, the believer will not be exempt from that feeling.

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Even though the disbeliever is the one that will really have the utmost regret. But even the believer, I mean, there are narrations which mentioned

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that a person will see their deeds Yokoyama, even if they spent their whole life worshipping Allah, they will see their deeds to be insignificant.

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They're going to see the deeds as though they're very, very small. I can do I've done nothing. I've done nothing.

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But ultimately

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and ultimately,

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those who believe and do good deeds are hoping it him what they will not feel what is going to come and they will not feel sad over what has passed.

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But when you look at your deeds yamaki ama you will feel like they are insignificant you will feel like I've done nothing. And there is a hadith a hadith is in,

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in Muslim admit

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that if a person

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from the moment they any they fell onto their face from the day that their mother gave birth to them, until the day they died of old age, they spent it completely in the obedience to Allah. Then on the Day of Judgment, they would wish they could come back to the dunya so that they could get more reward

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and do more good deeds and they will look at their deeds as being insignificance. Even though from the day they were born until they old age they spent every day in a bed and the power of a lot of obedience to Allah. They will look back and say I didn't do I didn't do anything.

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Can homeo my Oh no.

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Like the day when they see it, it's going to be like in a meal with Willa Ashiya 10. Older Ha. Like they only spent

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the afternoon or part of the day or part of the morning. just spent a little part of the day how they feel they're lifepoint so how about the disbeliever that turns around and sees that they did not they put forward nothing for their for the real life. And while this is one of the things we advise the brothers and sisters

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just like you think about your investment in the dunya Think about your investment in the Acura any What have you put forward for tomorrow? Yeah, you have Latina M and tequila well Tums or nevsun market Damocles. Let everyone look what have you put forward for tomorrow? What have you put forward Don't be one of those people who says yeah, Lady attorney.

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How I wish that I had a dump to the hierarchy. I put something forward for my real life.

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Fail my eating law your zebra adapter who I had while I use a Kawasaki who

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on that day you're amazing. No one will punish with his punishment.

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law you zebu as

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I had any there will be no one who will punish with a punishment like Allah.

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Yeah, I think there will be nobody who will punish with a punishment like Allah.

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That is the era of the majority. But there is the cure of Sorry, I think

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I'll check.

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Yeah, okay, sorry. Okay, sorry. he recites for Yo mama eating law, you are as double as a boo hoo ha ha.

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He had the meaning doesn't change, or the meaning changes but the the general meaning of the it doesn't change. But it says that nobody will be punished with his punishment. And he know non will be punished with the punishment. Eliza Jake. And it's this the point No, there will be no other punishment, like the punishment of a lie soldier.

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A there will be no one to punish or no one will punish with the punishment that a large jail punishes with what are you see kousaka who I had. In case I also reads this differently while you Saku was a coup.

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In any case, also the meaning doesn't really change. The overall meaning of the ayah doesn't really change that.

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Here you will see.

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A means that no one will let me get the how it's translated here in the translation.

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That no one will bind like a law will bind. But to mean binding here is to tie up

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whether you see kousaka who no one will bind them and change them like a law will bind them and change them. Can you think of some ayat when the last tells us about how he will

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bind and chain the disbelievers many ayat you can think of

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in actor dinner.

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carefully enough

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seller cielo of learn

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was our euro

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we have prepared for the disbelievers chains.

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And fetters Yang they will be things that will lock them on their necks will lock them or bind their arms and their hands. We're sorry euro and a blazing fire.

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They will be tied.

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tide by the next day will be tied by the hands

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from Murphy since the Latin verb or her suburban Avalon, first Luke Walton in a chain of 7070 arms length 7070 lengths of an arm wrap them up and they'll be wrapped up in chains from Johanna the chains will be burnt in Johanna and then they will be wrapped up and then we'll be thrown into Johanna in the chains.

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Selassie level of learning was mentioned

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there are many many ayat in the Quran where a lot taught

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what are harinam voronina philospher

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Eliza gel will chain them and bind them and throw them into jahannam in a chain of 70 cubits and the 74 arms long.

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So nobody will bind them Yokoyama and chain them like the Allies or gel will change them yo makia

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so Allah subhanaw taala told us the situation of the disbeliever This is the disbelievers that what are they doing now in this dunya

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kelab Allah to criminality they're not looking after the orphan without

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have donated time and miskeen they're not encouraging people to get to give food to the poor.

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What's at Kelowna terrassa eckler Lemma what to hipbone and mela hoop and Gemma, they gathering all their wealth and they devouring the inheritance of the people. And then look what will happen your look.

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Isn't that enough of a lesson and assign for people who think and then realize oh, Joe contrast that with the situation of the believer? Yeah, a year 200 Neff, Sol Mottola in it'll Jerry, you know, I'll be here all the 10 model the for the hoodie fee everybody. What the Holy genetti Yeah, yeah. 200 epsilon motiva. In the first question we have. We're not maybe another 10 minutes we'll be done. But I wanted to finish this today because we've been otherwise we just keep going forever.

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Yeah, yet one episode waterline or soul who is muslimah inna, what it may not Mottola inner, tranquil.

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reassured at peace.

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The scholars of Tafseer when they came to this word motema in they give many examples of it.

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And one of the ones I liked the most is even akiem

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Rahim Allah to Allah even okay him he said, for nafcillin muslimah. In here Leti. The the soul which is multiformat inner is the one

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that itama and net in our behalf. It is complete, Lee reassured and tranquil with its Lord.

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We're second at either herb B. And it's peaceful through loving him.

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What am I not basically and it found peace through remembering him. What are your kind of blue ID and it has, it is certain It sure

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has certainty in his promise, while the beer called ar e and it is content with a loss decree. We're here with the necessary amount of the soul and its opposite to the soul that is constantly

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Towards evil.

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He said falam tekun to Amani net falam take on too many too many net taught money and to be more Geraci is sculpted had to bat her Bell bill clear may be happy with Toma Nina be her be where the Cree

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This is a very very amazing statement. He said he said it's tranquility the what made that soul peaceful was not just because allow was no one

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who was controlling it. But because that soul did what a lot did allows rights in it, it fulfilled allows rights. And because that soul found peace and tranquility, through loving Allah and through remembering allies. So this is in particular a jeweler team, page 341 you cannot pay him says this. But I just want to go back to the big back to what he said.

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Here, the soul that is at peace, the assured soul. This is the soul that is at peace with its Lord, that has found peace through loving him. And through remembering him through being certain of his promise and his content with his decree. Abraham covered the most most of the important opinions here in the Tafseer of the IEA. Some of them they mentioned examples like the soul that is peaceful is the one that is at peace with a loss decree.

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It's a peace with a loss decree.

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And when a loss decree came, it didn't shake, it didn't start to you know, it didn't start to try to, you know, to say like why is this happening to me? or What does this happen to me for or why am I here? Rather it says qatal Allahu Allah shofar is the decree of Allah and he does what he wants. It found peace in Allah's decree. It found peace through loving Allah and it found peace through remembering Allah Allah be decree law he talked about in Nakuru by the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest this soul what will be said to the soul

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era God in Arabic to opinions of the scholars of Tafseer here but one of them is very famous and one of them is not. I'm gonna tell you the famous one you know Algeria in Arabic returned to your Lord meaning returned to Allah

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returned to your Lord meaning returned to Allah. Can anyone have anyone have any idea what the other opinion about the Algerian Arabic is was the opinion of injuries and a group of the scholars of Tafseer

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the main one that we know Algeria Arabic go back to load up Jerry means go back.

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But they deferred over the word Robic here Go back to your Lord.

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Do you have any idea what the other set or injury or some of the other set for this one? Go back to your Lord?

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If you didn't see it means a lot.

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No, not returned to Gen Con could try though.

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Not return to gender

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and not returned to your life.

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Okay, return to your leader. Okay. Not you giving good to good ideas for Islam and got it?

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Where did the soul leave that it has to return back to

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No, not the grave, not the grave, because there's not going to degrade it's going to gender? Why did it leave

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any ideas on that

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none of the soul is going to gender. But it left something it has to go back to

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the body.

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Go back to your body Algeria in Arabic.

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Go back to your body and this was the opinion of even Algeria and some of the other scholars of tafsir Rahim Allah to Allah and they

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they based it on a que la shad.

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Now we haven't spoken about the karate which has shed any light rail and motorway.

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There are some citations of the Quran that are not motovicity or any they're not from the main re citations of the individual companions used to recite them.

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Are you with me? So they're not from the 10 or the well known moto atira citation of the Quran. They are from individual people used to recite like that.

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One of them is the resuscitation of ebony Ibis here that he used to recite.

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He used to recite

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feather hooli Fie Abdi

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go back into my servant in the back into your body.

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What's the ruling on this Clara

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this way of reciting Can you recite the Quran like that? Can you stand in the Salah and say further hoody fee added the or not?

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Okay, telephone

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generally there are some scholars who did but generally speaking we say no, you we say but it does it is a valid tafsir for tafsir it's valid, but we don't recite it generally speaking even though it's got some other scholars it generally speaking, we don't recite, we only recite the Quran acts that our motto water, the karate match the most half of us man, and that were agreed upon by many, many, many chains, and many people so many there could not be any mistake. We don't generally the pure art that are unique to just once a hobby, or just one chain or just one person. We don't usually usually recite those.

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But we do learn from them. So to give you a simple answer, we don't recite them. But we do learn from them. We don't recite them, but we do learn from them. And they are the ones they don't match the most half man, they don't match the most half that the Sahaba agreed upon. And they are not moto arterra. They're not narrated by so many people that can be no mistake by their narrated by one person or two here and there. And those are considered if they're authentic. We learn from them in tafsir. But we don't usually consider them to be part of the Quran that we recite in the SOP.

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And that's simplifying because actually the issue is more complicated than that. And you'll learn about it in the clearer. Pure art Rayleigh moto Atilla when you talk when you learn about the different killer out of the Quran, and you learn about the killer acts that are not mainstream.

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killer apps, like pure otter are rare and unusual. Like even our bass just recited one word differently from everybody else. These are not part of the main body of the Quran, but we learn from them in Tafseer and and so on. So that's why even God he took it from from the era of Agni Abbess for the Holyfield Abdi. Even though this word for the holy few Abdi doesn't necessarily have to mean the body it could even mean the servants of Allah but in any case the majority of the scholars of Tafseer they said Algeria in Arabic means go back to your load. The other evidence of injury abroad is the hadith of Albert

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rhodiola one where Elias which commands the soul to go back to to go back into the body so the question is then when is the said to the soul Algeria in Arabic era Viet and malviya When is the set to the soul? At what point in the death or life or

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so when the angels take the body to the to up to that when angels take the soul up to the seventh heaven okay that's one opinion.

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When else could it be said LG de la BK Ravi attend malviya.

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You wrote one opinion, which is that Heidi thiruvalla which is that when the angel brings the body to them,

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the sole sorry, to the highest to an elite

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to be written in written in an alien, the book of the book of the righteous souls.

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When the people are raised from the graves, that's another opinion. Or it said once that the soul is ready to intergender any the judgment has been done watch our our our book was malicous often suffer that your Lord has come and judge between the people the angels have come Jana has been brought the people are told here the jury in Arabi he probably attend malviya Go back to your Lord. Of course the soul is feminine that's why the word soul The neffs is feminine that's why Rob Becky Raul de attend model the

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you know in the body on the agenda

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but that's why some of the scholars they didn't say means go back to the body to say it means go back to Allah any LG in Arabic go to gender

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go to go to gender go to the reward that is with you.

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And go to what Allah has prepared for you rol D attend model D ra the attend model the

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RA the attend model D

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both of these mentioned a river Yeah,

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both of them mentioned river here

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even Kathir he said all the attend fiend FC her model via a accudraw the cod radi Allahu Akbar de la Viet Angela, what are they and how are Baja. So La Via the soul itself is rather the soul itself is content.

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The soul is pleased. So the believing soul is pleased. The believing soul is pleased.

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And model D Allah is pleased with it.

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And it is pleased with Allah and Allah is pleased with it. So they said three things rabea it's pleased itself it's it's pleased.

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And model D it's pleased with Allah and Allah is pleased with it.

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Further holy fear a baddie.

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Enter among my a bat here, what kind of a bad what servants are they fair, the holy fairy baddie, what which? Which servants? Are they? by the Holy fury baddie, which servants are they

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enter among my servants,

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the believing servants, right? Because there are two meanings of the word a bad, everything is a servant of Allah.

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And in all of creation is a servant of Allah, willingly or unwillingly or servant of Allah. But Allah has servants who choose to be servants of his

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and EP Muslims who have chosen to be a servant of Allah, instead of getting your slave of Allah whether you want to be or you don't want to be.

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But there are people who say I'm content I'm happy I want to be a servant of Allah. That's what

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makes you a Muslim right when you dedicate yourself to the worship of Allah azza wa jal along

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for the holy theory baddie, any fee a baddie, meaning enter among my believing servants were the Holy genetti. What's the difference between just a little point on Arabic? What's the difference between using fee and not using fee here? It doesn't matter if you know Arabic or not, I just want to know the difference. Enter My servants are entered among my servants and enter My Paradise. What's the difference

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between the two?

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paradises something you really enter into right? You don't actually enter inside of the servants right? You don't actually and that's why they see it when you use a tool

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directly and you see like, for example, auto bait, go into the house and you physically go into the house.

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But they say for example, who do who do facil enter into Islam, because Islam is not a house you can physically walk into right so generally use fee when it's not something physical, that you can literally walk into further hooni very badly go among my state any be among my slaves, be one of my righteous slaves, be one of the slaves that you are pleased with me and I'm pleased with you. Why the Holy genetti and enter physically enter into

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into Allah's genda the agenda By the way, we'll finish with this. What is the word gender mean? Originally

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is a gene and a noon and a noon in Arabic mean?

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the gene

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was the link between the gene and Jenna

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I'll give you another word junoon madness. Now you have to find the link between three things.

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Qian and Jenna

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find the link yet hidden they all things which are hidden the Djinn are hidden.

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Madness your your intellect is hidden Your mind is hidden your brain is hidden yet

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jenine the fetus that the baby that is in the womb, it's hidden from sight. And agenda is a huge garden where the inside of the garden is hidden from sight. That's what the agenda originally means in in Arabic before paradise. The word gender linguistically is a vast garden where you can't see the inside of it. Because it's the the the vegetation, the plants and the trees and are so huge that you can't see what is inside of it. And it's concealed from sight. And I still use the word gender for paradise because there will be gender that will be goddess. And because what is inside of Paradise is what Mariela Anan, right? Well ozone and semiotics well a hot Allah, Allah kalbi Basha

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what No, I have seen and no ear has heard, and it has not occurred to the heart to the mind of anyone no one has ever thought of it. So it's completely concealed. Completely concealed your eye has never seen it your ear has never heard of it. And it's never crossed your mind all of the things that Allah has prepared for his a bad Johan cola for his believing servants in paradise. So that's what I realized gentlemen, easy first dimension from the Tafseer of solfeggio.

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Do we have any questions

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from the guys watching on YouTube?

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Today people answering nicely Mashallah blessed. I was very happy today.

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Today was good to do. We had good responses from everybody.

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Give you 10 more seconds and then I'm going to finish It's been a long class

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we're still doing classes by ourselves.

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No, I don't think so I just put that question up on the screen. No, I don't think so. The earthquakes, they are earthquakes that are signs of the coming of the hour. But the earthquake that is spoken about in zillertal, abducens xalapa? Is the earthquake of the PM, not the earthquake of the signs of the PM. And Allah knows best.

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Yeah, no, those earthquakes are signs of the Day of Judgment. But the earthquakes, the earthquake that is spoken about it as zillertal outdoors in Salah ha, is the earthquake of the kiama. Not the earthquake of the signs of the coming of the piano?

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That is a very good question. I don't know the answer to that question. The very the best book on the description of Johanna

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lying I don't know, if you ask me a description of Jenna, then I can tell you

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the description of jahannam

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will lie I I can't think in the top of my head of apart from the books of Tafseer around the Tafseer of the ayat which described Johanna

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i don't i don't recall the name of a book at this moment in time.

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That doesn't mean there isn't one I just don't in my head at all.

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Is the 999 from George and George? Yes. The 999 will go to Johanna include.

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Yeah, George and Nigel.

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But that shouldn't make you feel at ease. Oh, that's okay. I'll be fine. You know, like, no, yeah, George and George are included in the 999. But it's it's very scary to think 999 out of 1000 people will go to China

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Sharla up from them.

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When I mentioned this more the topic of the beast. I mentioned this more

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in the series I did on Ashraf to SAP so maybe you can go back to it there inshallah, like we mentioned it in some detail in the series or schelotto. Sir, the signs of the hour, which was done for kalama. So it's on kelim as YouTube channel signs of the our playlist there's a one we did a discussion on the on, on the sign of the beast, and what it means.

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Yes, it will be moved. That's what the Hadees indicates that the angels will drag it 70,000 angels on each rope with 70,000 ropes. So that's what it indicates that it will be dragged in front of the disbelievers and allies the gentleman's best.

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No person who dies,

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with the minimum requirements of being a Muslim will stay in jahannam forever. So they're not considered to be from the people of jan jan of the 1999.

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Who are put for Jana.

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But a Muslim may be punished in the Hellfire for a period of time.

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We asked Eliza Joe to keep us safe.

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JOHN number one you have to understand it's very important to understand the jahannam has already been created by allies origin. This is the Akito Ellison. The jahannam has already been created by Allah and that Johanna is a separate creation that Allah has made. It doesn't refer to a place in the earth or a place on the earth. Rather allies or gel has created jahannam separately from other creations yet that's what we know from the Akita sooner.

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Some people don't believe that Jen and Johanna have been created yet. Or some people believe they're just metaphorical. They just like it's just like an imaginary concept. Jenna and Johanna are real and both of them have been great.

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Created by a lot already and they exist today now at this point a lot of journals

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there is no evidence for that that hell is the janome is in in the earth

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it doesn't it's not clear it's better to refrain from something when it's not clear

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because the profit side

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he saw Johanna

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and the Sirat over Jana

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and Alonso just said do my to bed I'll do higher up on the day with the earth will be replaced by another Earth. Some art in the heavens. It's not clear how this fits in with Johanna being inside the earth.

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Yeah this is after the CLR the controller is after the CLR the controller is a is a bridge. But the controller is after you cross the Sirat and alario Gen is best after you cross the Sirat analyzer Gen is best. The controller is where Eliza gel will judge between the believers because remember, those who cross the CLR are believers now they're going to gender. But they can't enter general while they're on the violin. And this is a scary thing. Yeah, honey, well, life is scary that you will not enter Jenna while there are more volume, outstanding volume that you have done to somebody. So two brothers, believers, Muslims, both of them are going to agenda but they can't enter agenda

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until the issues between them are sorted out.

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That's a very, very scary thought. And you even you pass the Sirat, you cross your head and you're from the people of China.

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But you will not enter agenda until all of the issues between you and the other Muslims are fixed. And that will be at the stage called the Pantera. And a lot of us best.

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Well, I don't know if gentleman's fires.

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What I remember about it is

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it being dark, there is no being black or dark. But I don't I don't remember a reference for it. That's what I remember from memory and it being dark. And there is no light in gentlemen. It's very, very dark. But I don't I don't remember the reference for Allah knows best.

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Men tab a tab below it.

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Whether makes Toba Allah will accept the Toba but the person has to take it seriously. That's the point of the Heidi Svalbard new Isaac the Prophet sighs I told you about the believer. He told you about the disbelief that he didn't tell you about the center. Why do you think he didn't tell you about the center? Because it leaves the question open it makes you scared you don't know if you're going to be with these people with these people. Maybe a bit of both and it's not a nice thing to think about so the center needs to take seriously it needs to change those people we need to get rid of those sins and we need to turn back to Allah before the time runs out.

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Allah knows best I don't recall an authentic hadith I can't recall the onset the moment to that question. The angel certainly die I mean everyone dies but there is a week Heidi's which is very famous people make videos about it then gibreel will die then the angels will die then gibreel this is Heidi is mold was fabricated this hadith about when gibreel will die It's very few people make videos and cry in them and then everyone will die and then jabril will die will hide his murder at the height is fabricated. So there is no any

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I don't recall I don't recall an authentic Heidi's on this topic.

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He saw them like that and he saw them in his dream as also he saw the parts of them. But there are still things in genda that no I have seen. So because the profit sizes saw some of the pleasures of genda and some of the punishments of the fire doesn't mean that there are there are still things that no I have seen and no he has heard and no mind is ever fought off.

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Yes, yes, there is an extreme coolness in China we'll come to that in the Tafseer inshallah, of of

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Never maybe we mentioned it in the Tafseer. Sorry, no, but

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no, the angels will not be judged. Why will the angels not be judged?

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Why will the angels not be judged?

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the better Okay, good. That's a good answer. Give me a little bit more to it. What don't the angels have?

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lie as soon Allah hammer Mr. Home, or if I don't have a model, they don't disobey our law what they've been commanded to do, and they do what they have been told. They reason the angels will not be judged because the angels did never had a choice to do good or bad. The angels only do what they are taught. The question, which is more interesting is will the profits be judged?

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The same as Al Qaeda fear monger scholars, will the prophets be judged? And the answer is, and Allah knows best? Yes, everyone will have. But when we say judged, I don't mean there is there are two types of judgment there is out and monaka out is where your deeds are presented to you see your deeds, you see the good of what you've done. And this is the this is

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this is the meaning of the statement of alaris or gel fam and rutuja keytab will be a meaning for sofa you have several he serving yesira

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I think it was Ayesha, she found this ayah difficult. She pushed the Prophet slicin about it. Because how can someone the Prophet size mentioned that whoever has the hisab whoever's deeds are taken to account there'll be destroyed and anyone who has the hisab the proper accounting, they're going to be destroyed they're going to Jana.

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So, I she I thought it was I should have said I think I either I should have said the one of the Mahatma meaning and then brought privacy or messenger of Allah how but what about the statement of Allah is

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a moment all to keytab will be meaning for Sophia you have several he serving SeolA whoever is given their book in the right hand will have an easy account. And the Prophet size him said that he could have this is the presentation of the deeds. So yes, the prophets will have their deeds presented to them. Like they will see what they did. But as for the hisab as in this hisab which is studied whether you take into account for every last little thing, then we ask allies which helped to save us from that

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last one because otherwise we're going way off topic now. So not not so far but a little bit

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noisy. It's not that they are in gender. When the Prophet sighs him said that he heard the footsteps of Bilal and Jenna Bella was on earth Bella Rosa life rhodiola and Bilal died after the Prophet solo, I said,

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but this is any the Prophet size and see this is a virtue for Bill. And Bill I've mentioned the reason why this was the reason why this was the case. And the prophets license affirmed it the reason why this was the case, what was it was it was the

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son of Wardle right.

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The sooner to sundown to rock out of the woods.

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Anyway, the reason was mentioned in the Hadith why Bilal robiola Han with his footsteps with her in gender but doesn't mean he had entered gender because the first one to enter gender yamaki ama will be the Prophet sighs

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Muhammad Tim Humble is from Newcastle & graduated from the famous faculty of hadeeth and Islamic Studies at the Islamic University of Madinah in 2011. Ustadh Tim Humble is a British revert, who has ijaza in the six famous books of hadeeth.

He is also experienced in the field of Ruqyah, the Islamic method of healing with the Quran, specializing in treatment for black magic and evil eye. He accepted Islam at the age of 14 & is currently involved with a dawah organisation called IDC North East which is based in & around Newcastle.

Tim Humble became interested in Islam during Religious Education classes in Primary School. After researching it further on the internet he accepted Islam at the age of 14. Thereafter he went through a period of 4-5 years where he struggled to implement and practice his new-found faith. The Muslim community in his hometown was unwelcoming and unhelpful to New Muslims. In his own words, “One of the biggest problems we have in the Ummah is that we are excellent at selling the religion; we’re great salesmen…What we’re really, really rubbish at is keeping them in Islam once they become Muslim.”

A suggestion by a friend sparked the idea of studying in the Islamic University of Madinah. During his first Hajj pilgrimage he applied to and was accepted into the University. He graduated from the Faculty of Hadeeth Studies in 2011. Notably he memorized and is certified in the six canonical works of hadeeth.

He is currently involved with a Da’wah organisation called ‘IDC North East’ which is based in & around Newcastle. The Ustadh is married with 3 kids & is the founder of Humble Foundation.

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