Waleed Basyouni – Tafseer of Surah Al Kahf 14

Waleed Basyouni
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the use of"naught" and "naughty words" in Arabic language, as well as the history and use of "can" and "naughty words" in English. They also touch on the importance of shamanism and its impact on language learning. The speakers emphasize the importance of shattering the law and warning against the use of money and wealth to avoid future negative consequences. They also discuss the use of shattering the law and warning against the use of money and wealth to avoid loss and future negative consequences.
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Out of the villa his semi la mina shaytani r rajim.

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We're going to be reading Surah

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Surah 18 and this is will be verse number 30 that's where we stopped

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in alladhina Manwani no Swan he had in Leo

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you Hello nappy ham in

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soon to see you is turbo

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mode taking in a fee hon Oh

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boo aha Suna, Murata.

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often Jonah

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Go ahead, read the translation.

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As for those who believe and do righteous deeds, of course we don't waste the reward of those who are good in deeds.

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Those are the ones for whom there are eternal gardens, rivers flowing beneath them. They will be adoring there and with bracelets of gold. And they will be dressed in green garments made of fine silk and thick silk reclining there and on couches. Excellent is their award and beautiful is the paradise as a resting place. Give them an example. There were two men, we gave one of them to gardens or grapes and surrounded both of them with date ponds and placed vegetation between them.

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Both the gardens brought forth their fruit and suppress nothing from it and we cause the stream to flow through them.

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Great like a lot a

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lot hungry la salatu salam ala rasulillah ohana and he was so human. What about

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these verses came right after the verses that spoke about

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what Allah subhanaw taala prepared for the allottee mean for the transgressors. And this is a very common way in the oddity bring that

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the punishment or the law prepared as a form of punishment for that transgressors for the disbelievers and the reward for the believers. So he explained what kind of punishment waiting for the disbelievers and now he is telling the believers what's waiting for them. And he said, in a lady in an airman who amylose Saudi had indeed rarely asked for those who believed and did righteous deeds. And this is a common thing in the Koran always a lot combined between the belief and the good doing the good deeds, not because they are different from each others No, but because Allah Subhana data want to emphasis on the importance of actions that believes must be translated to actions, and

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Eamonn Lyon can unmute us over we do. It's impossible to imagine a belief without good deeds.

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And here when Allah subhana wa tada saying, in Medina, Amman, amilo Sati had the dead righteous, they believe and did righteous deeds, righteous deeds,

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on mental side he had the righteous pneus here means that how we consider this deed is righteous or not.

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Can anybody tell me? Yes.

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First of all, a lot told us it's righteous. So it means it's something that's a law, either in the Quran or the prophets of Salaam in the center told us it's righteous. So that means it has to be done according to the deen to the religion of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, to the religion of Islam. And also in order for this to be a righteous deeds, it has to be done sincerely for our last panel. Otherwise if you're doing it for other than a little

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For worldly materials of ordinary word is not good consider. I'm assigning righteous deeds. That's why a lot of human law said the righteous deeds word has to can

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fulfill two conditions number one, sincerity, number two and metabo that you follow the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and it's done according to the Sharia of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And here, Allah subhana wa tada sign

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about Assad, he had his genes, the righteous deeds, which would basically cover all types of righteous deeds, all type of good deeds, that Allah subhana wa tada have ordained for us have encouraged us to do women to be at the moment one of the nature of the believers that they care to do as much as the can from the good deeds.

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And this gender, this reward and paradise waiting for those who cares about doing that good deeds, any type of good deeds, any opportunity that they have, that they were rushed to it in alladhina amanu amylose saw the hat in loudly or adjara man, Santa Amira

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that Allah subhana wa tada making here an emphasis by saying that Allah subhana wa tada shall not make the reward of anyone who does this righteous deeds in the most perfect manner to be lost. So here a lot of talent Allah saying that this is not just righteous deeds, it's done in the best perfect manner and the most perfect manner.

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Men, center amateur, even laser COVID silent Bell owsla The point here is not just a righteous deeds, no, it is the most righteous deeds, it that's why last panel data said they have done it in the perfect manner, the perfect man the best manner and that shows you that the man should do his son which it means perfection. Try your best to do things in the best way on the perfect way. And those are the one who Allah subhana wa Tada. Indeed, well reward them in the Day of Judgment. and here if you look at anybody here knows what's the word aqidah means Makita. Tokyo, Tokyo, Arabic language, huh?

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emphasize Okay, emphasize which it means Allah Subhana Allah make an emphasis in this verse on something. Can you tell me from this sentence? How many emphasis in this sentence?

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How many assurance Allah give in this verse?

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In the lady in the beginning, Allah, Allah indeed, very early

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in a lady in Aminu, where amilo saw the heart

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huh then also in Milan ob indeed we will not so another time is indeed very we will not so that's number two.

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Then Allah subhana wa tada said, in La nobuhiro, a German Santa Amira Ooh la la la la Hamza, not the next verse, those basically Allah subhanaw taala said these for them will be these in Arabic language Allah aka also have tokita the Shabbat itoki Okay, and Allah subhana wa tada said, for them, love them. For them. That's another emphasis Tokido Aha, let him or human min tattoo him underneath of them. So every time if you look at these two verses, almost without referring to those who done the good deeds, that all this kind of reward would be given to them. Why? To make sure that they feel comfortable in this dunya they feel certain in this dunya and also to use the little

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caffeine to tease or to make the kuffar feel left out that Allah subhanaw taala said for them, I made rivers for them, I made gardens for them, I'm doing this and I'm doing that. So when Allah subhanaw taala sing for them for them for them. The kuffaar feel that just one verse ago, Allah said for the kuffaar there is a blazing water for the kuffaar there is a boiling, there is a fire there is like all this kind of punishment. But in the other hand for them also they keep saying that this is made for them made for the main verb they're made for them. All this emphasis is just to show how much Allah subhanaw taala appreciate what the believer and how much Allah loves the believer. I know

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last month Allah will definitely word that believers and he said

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Allah ik the word we like those, Mr. Jim heavy

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Hear my translation these for them. I don't know why this. It should be those. That's right. Those are like those SME shadowbane isn't it even in English we say those end when you when you point to something far that's right, those. So can you tell me why Allah subhanaw taala referring to those to the believer with those he didn't say them or for them, he said those? Yes.

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Very good, very good because he elevating them, he putting them in a very high rank a lot higher than telling that those people like a role model like stars, like something you look up to, like, Okay, how that you do

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it refactoring design and also honoring them also shows you that their level in general is very high.

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That the agenda is high levels, very high, various levels, and those people will be in the highest level of gender. They

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La La home, Jana to add in that Allah Subhana Allah said, Those for them will be added in a paradise everlasting garden. We're in rivers flew underneath

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them tagit even tatoeba and how

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Allah Subhana Allah here in this verse saying that this river run underneath of them Cassio Marula and how old Jana Mata Ji min Tatem we're in a madman tattoo him yeah and even benei him. Many of the scholars who interpret these verses that were our last ones that have said rivers run underneath of them, it means in between them any while you while you were standing, the river runs from beside you.

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In between the rooms in between. and the rivers of Jenna do not have ditch

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like they don't have a canal the rivers of Jenna otter water running by itself don't have no borders to contain the water.

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It's completely different than the way the water that we have in the dounia the water is near liquid if you don't contain it it will go all over now. And Jenna It is also rivers here and how to Jerry Lackey, Lisa, aka Delia Paulina, Visa celeb and abuse also live said the rivers of Jenna has no dude has no canal, they have no border, they have nothing to contain it. It's by itself, where we meant the believers control it, it runs in your place, you want to run this way to go that way to go up to go down. It's up to you how you want to run it. That's why men tattoo him any under beneath of them, it means they have full control over it. They make it turn it any way they want, however they want.

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And it's not only one river, it's rivers, many rivers as Allah subhana wa tada and soda to Mohammed verse 15, if you go back to it, Allah mentioned in these in this verse, that there is rivers made of pure water. The rivers are made of Leben

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which is milk and honey and wine.

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And shala in a couple of months I will be teaching course here in Houston called forever. And I'll be talking about the description of paradise. And part of what we talk about is the rivers of jedna. And how a lost Montana made them very unique, even though the Quran and the Sunnah speak about these rivers that the rivers smell like Musk, and the the basically if you look into the bottom of the river, usually what's in the river you see stones, small stones like that, and dust and rivers. That's why we dive into rivers is a very challenging, it's all muddy, all dust is not like the oceans or the sea rivers quite different. But in general, the dust of the river is made of musk.

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There's no dust and Zaphod. It's amazing how these rivers are our agenda, also the wells of gender, this kind of also something different than just the river. So unless you have a data set that these rivers run from underneath, them are run between their houses between them wherever however they wanted to run and paradise

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and then they will be

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be adorned with bracelets of gold. Can you Hello in a fee ha, min SL

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Did you pay to the D pay attention to the verb? Can somebody tell me? What's the verb in which form is the verb? You had loan an English he basically adorned with

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magnetic Metro.

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Which it means passive tense. That's right. It's like

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asteroid capacitances. Right? Like when you say it's been eaten, they've been dressed. They've been

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adorned, been given what that means.

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What do you understand from this word? You have loan

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think a little bit

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each definitional firm and see what the what do you understand from the way the verb came comes?

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Okay, I'll give you a hint.

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Say that again.

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If the who dressed them

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is not mentioned in the verse, they will be dressed. So that means they are the one who dressing themselves these bracelets. They are the one who putting themselves on themselves the bracelets. No you Hello Nia and they will be giving these bracelets they will be giving these generally jewelry they will be giving these type of clothes they don't even need to bother themselves by putting it it's like the kings are dressed up. There is somebody dressed them up somebody taking care of them. Like you know when you have the bright

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okay the bright she doesn't put anything any on everybody around her. Somebody's putting this somebody's putting that everybody dressing her up. That's right. You have a lot of teamwork to make this look so beautiful. The same thing for you in general. All what you need just to wait and everybody will take care of you. You didn't even need to bother yourself well by beautifying yourself someone else will do that for you. You had loan and this is like the kings, the Kings Have you ever seen like some of these documentaries are about the king. He just stretches and on everybody started putting all the stuff all over his putting his you know, robe under his shoulder.

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That's how they treated like kings. You Hello in efia they will be adorned, they will adorn they will be

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adorned and they will be dressed they will be given a bracelets of gold bracelets is just an example. Otherwise they will be giving way more jewelry than the priceless like what like we know from the Sunnah some of the agenda or agenda they will have like what t john

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t john, the people of Paradise walk in paradise while they have crowns on the top of their huts.

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So there is another mini type of jury that they will be giving in in paradise. So here you have loan a fee have min as our min hardiness Amir Arab look min a temporary the year they will be giving bracelets so they will be giving a lot of jury. One of it is the priceless if you look at the verse in Arabic, it says min Assad they will be given part of what they will be giving as bracelets if I want to translate accurately.

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Then men the other men in diverse Minda happy someone have a Ania yeah need to know how they swallow it explain to you what kind of present it is gold. Can you be giving something other than gold? Yes. So in this case, also minute ohakune temporary v but he gives the gold because it is the most expensive jewelry that people are familiar with time you might say

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and also here

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and they will be giving a clothes before we go to the clothes you might say she

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is this bracelet for men and woman.

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The answer is yes. And you might say how come

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any outcome and men will be dressed in bracelets. Yeah, that's not something for men. It is something and not a common thing that men desire

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to be have bracelets and stuff like that.

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As a matter of fact, it's different from one culture to another. If you're looking old cultures and so many other cultures men used to have a type of press especially the the most rich ones, and the kings and our cultures this coming back, but then instead of that, you know, Aldo cheap bracelet that people bought it for 20 bucks, you know, now you will have something made of gold and beautiful and and really beautify the person. And since it became something very common in gender, it will be not look something as strange or weird.

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Anyway, then Allah subhanaw taala said, Well masuleh Thea Robin Hood, Allah mentioned this Yes, Allah, Allah, Allah telling us that they will be

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wearing green garments of sundews stabroek how he translates sundews sweat stabroek he said sunless fine silk

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and stub rock thick silk.

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I don't know if there is any fix. But thick soak. Originally the word cinders. cinders. It is the garment that is so fine. So light. So a soft that people wear it directly against the skin.

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That's the cinders. And step rock. It's the other layer of clothes that you put above it because it's a little bit thick and they don't want to touch you they wanted to touch the skin. You got it and it's Deborah Who was she illegally the lady a confocal Saunders

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Is that clear? So they will be have layers of clothes and it is thick, not because it's rough. It is thick because it's basically

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tailored with

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threads if that makes sense. Okay, gold threats BB who you mean they have and it is perfectly me so it's a two layers of clothes, one against the skin and above that one there is another layers and these are green but comes also in many different colors and many different colors as I mentioned other places in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam they and can you imagine now he starts with the jury then he followed it with what with clothes Okay, just one second question why you think what's the what's the uni ban what's linguistically how perfect This is to start with the jury then followed with the clothes which one you put first clothes then jury come

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next. But to the auditor in the Koran here he mentioned their jury then their clothes

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isn't that you put your clothes on then you put the jury hero can give the opposite auditor Why yes.

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No the jury better than clothes.

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I like the way you try. Okay, yes.

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But um, what's the unique about the order?

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ish is sort of it?

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Okay, both are rewards.

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Very smart, much alike. jury is make you more excited? If I tell you, Sister, I have no a shirt for you. Then i or i tell you I have a brother. You know what, I have a bracelet for you. A gold for you? Which one you are most likely people will be more excited about the jury. Now the clothes the jewelry, because it's more valuable clothes. Everybody has clothes. You know, it's not like it's okay and finds nice. But dirty is something more expensive, more valuable than clothes. That's right. That's right. So that's why you start with the more valuable thing the thing that people consider the most valuable expensive then he followed with the one which is less valuable. Is that

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clear? So that's all he starts with the thing that gets people attention quickly, quicker. He and I said hey, we have a competition first. You know

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get like a jury like a diamond ring. Everybody gets attention, you know? So here you get the jury got people attention more than the claws like that. Wow. Bill Hillary album from the first man

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And my labs also here

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when Allah subhanaw taala said that they will have silk This is one type we're in Luffy and work a theorem they will have a lot of different clothes a lot of different colors as I said earlier

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you might say sure.

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While Quran care for mentioning clothes and jury

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you today in 21st century

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here in this mustard maybe this will not get your best attention best attention. That's right. That's what my Oh, I'm excited to go to gym. You might you know what i have jury I have good clothes.

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It's not gonna it's not the most exciting thing. That's right. I would assume some will say that. But what I mentioned it remember this verse, way it was revealed. Remember the story behind social care.

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Remember what the kuffaar said about the believers.

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They said the believers are dirty.

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The believers poor that believers can sit with them in the same place. They smell bad, they look bad, the dress bad, didn't have money to be well dressed or to dress like us. You know those kuffaar comes to the profits or sell them with their garments with their jewelry with their gold. And while the sohaib m Milan and I modeled NASA and Abu Bakar or the allow and are very subtle poor on Abu Bakar is very moderate. You know there is no fancy life while these disbelievers Abuja showing off in a villa with all the jewelry and the clothes. So Allah subhanaw taala telling the disbelievers those people who you now discuss the Dubai and you don't you look down upon just because they're

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close. In the Day of Judgment, they will be wearing the best of clothes.

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They could have given up the dunya and dress very well. But they give up the deed but they refused. And nibio sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the Hara and he must

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walk into it. Now Vitaly reported the story he said while I'm sitting with the process of them also the Mossad of nearby came in when he bought the A he wearing a clothes from a very cheap bad materials.

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In Nabi Salatu. Salam saw add another ad, he looked at him

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up and down, well, most are not paying attention, that individual solemn cry,

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how do you draw the line notice that the person look at Masonic right. So he said, then individual seldom said, while La La Tierra del fabbi, maca, Mama, Mama Otto Yabba Luma para la Motta men

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will lie, I have seen this young boy at one time in Makkah, the old days before he became Muslim.

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And no one dress like him.

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His small good interest Well, not to give up this because he doesn't want dress well, because he doesn't have money. His family prevented all the money kick him out.

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So he ended up poor, they don't want to be rich or address nice, leave this religion

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and sometimes will lie. When I look to millions of Muslim today. Sometimes, you know, these images of Muslims live in third world country in Africa, but they are the people of La ilaha illAllah

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in villages in Pakistan and or, or Sudan or Bangladesh or in refugees in Syria, and Palestine, you know, in Yemen, when I see this Muslim a lot over the world and I see how poor they are, but still I literally hate the people of doing it. Then I see the $3,000 suits and I see the fancy and the fashions and you know the goal, the good the glory, you live but people have

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said doesn't matter.

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I remember this verse,

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that one day Allah Subhana Allah will give those people who have barely something nice to it, who were second close, you know they don't have much in this dunya these verses, very much relevant to them. Make them feel that Allah subhanaw taala have something else for them. Also, I always say that this is for my sisters who so many times give up a lot of beauties to show off their beauties in public and you know, with all the hijab and you know, you can you can show much with the hijab

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was all covered and wrapped up in djenne Allah subhanaw taala have this for you

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That's why I shall have the allow I know when she's so a group of woman walking, showing the you know not covered, she said you enjoy it in this dunya and we will enjoy it in the ultimate anime for dunya.

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So these verses are very inspiring for each and every one of us when you think about it this way, then our last panel to Allah said, Now he told you how they so relax and the way they dress the well dressed. Then he said tell you what else they are laying down and couches with deki if he had an MRI, yes, sir.

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They basically they are well recline. They're in on rised thrones or couches.

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How good is that he worked and what an excellent motiva dwelling resting place. So Allah subhana wa tada

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after he explained to us that all this reward or the way that they will be so well dressed and gold and silver, and you might say, Chef, isn't gold how long for men Indonesia? Yes, but it is for them. That's why I lost my father for a bit upon men in the dunya. So they will have it in that ohana. And in this regard, and Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and this had in the sidebar a Muslim men Sherry Bell hombre dounia two millimeter Minh ha ha Rama Lavalle

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Felton is that a holla

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so if you drink alcohol in this dunya and you never repent from it, and you intergender you will not drink from the hammer of the agenda.

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And in Nevis, also limsa woman Libby Sal Harrier of dunia Lem El Paso Villa, and the one who dress with silk in this dunya among men. He will not dress silk in the mail. You be madder than indemnify them untied. jerusha acaba awani babble husana harmony if you rush to have something before its proper time, Allah prevented prevent you from it.

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Anyway reclining okay. It has many different meanings. Some said. reclining means laying down you know, just relaxing. Some co sleeping. Some said even matara bear matara bears like, like you hear a sound man or Omar shadow Brahim. Or Nora you know that's basically mudaraba sitting like this. And the point here is relaxing. Okay, why relaxing because they didn't need to worry about anything. They are been served their servants take care of them. They don't have a concept of time.

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Erica, and Erica, they said it's bed couch. But if you look really into

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the the root of this word and Erica here if you look at the ATA Pl furoate l feroce. fi Jad is not an academic Hey Jan

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I don't know if we have something in English to describe that. You guys remember seeing in documentaries or maybe some scenes talk about old days how people used to sit in bed that it has like a DOM the top of it and they have like

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like a canopy? Yes. Very good word. Yeah. A canopy and do you have like a

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kamesh? What's

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like the Romans all days? They have this Okay, national way.

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What's the Mattia?

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Like cloth or fabrics? Yeah, on the top on the sides. So it's like a DOM in front of the top of it. It's like canopy and there is like a very comfortable sitting chair or couch or bed. That's what our eye means. That's really what the raw egg means. And here's our last panel Diana, telling in the end. How good is the reward

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near mutha.

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How good is the reward comparing to how bad is the punishment for the disbelievers and what an excellent dwelling and resting forever. Also the word tafadzwa has another meaning other than the translation

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motif aka it means a place where you

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You set and relax and dwelling okay. But also

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more traffic comes from the word anybody can guess

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or fear which it means

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companion. Can you put the two together?

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When it will be a very good place to dwell in Word be placed to rest in peace and have fun and to relax when you have your buddies and friends with you

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when you have good people around you that were you put me in the best place by myself, I'll get bored.

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That's right.

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Put me in the best place in the world with bad company with annoying people don't get bored. That's right. But put me in any place with good people around me out of fun. They cheer me up. So let's kind of how can be better than Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam accompany How can be better than Abu Bakar and Omar on earth man and Alisha and Khadija and Miriam and Isa and Ibrahim. What can be better than her own and Moosa? What can be better than Adam and Eve? What can be better than you know, an EVO Malik will have been to city and what can be better than even to me I was Shafi and you name it.

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I can be better than that.

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No, it's not bad for them. You'll be better there.

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Okay, so can you imagine this is the company that you're in? Well, hirsuta to Taka that's why it is so relaxing. That's why it is so beautiful, so peaceful, because of its nature, and because of that company of the people that you will have in general. So that that the best of gender comes from these two sides. The water Murata, Carmen emblematical. Letterman, Martin, an actor,

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and riff quality far or raw, well mannered rifka.

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Because the word riff riff, it means what is that's why we call the friend what raffia because he puts you in ease. That's why anyone who has companionship or his friendship will not bring ease to you. He's not raffia

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Massa Mayer, Rafi in la mina lyf Len we are

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very few I know.

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Then Allah subhana wa tada said, after that.

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Before we go to the next verse here allama Rahim Allah raised a point. They said the word cinders and the word is steinbruck are not Arabic words.

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How come our Koran contain Arabic non Arabic words? Even though Allah subhanaw taala told us that this is a pure Arabic tongue.

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And this is one of the thing that people attack the port on what's it Hey, who said it's Arabic there is that as many words as Carrie Matta, Jimmy Alicia Darby.

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And the answer for this question is as follows.

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There is two approach, first approach, which is held by an Imam Shafi Rahim Allah and supported by engineer of tabari. Abu Zubaydah

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in Paris, any award number scholar, the most important figure shocky he said, There is not a single word in any Quran, Allah says Arabic, he said even send us and establish our Arabic words.

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And those are linguistic scholars who claim that this is not an Arabic word. They have no clue.

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Because the only one who completely understand Arabic from A to Z are prophets, Allah, Allah in the Navy.

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There is no one person ever claim the tea master Arabic language.

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How many words in the Arabic dictionary now?

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No, no.

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opinion and body and body, which is like 600 years ago, he had to 8 million words.

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They said it's 12 or 13 million words in Arabic dictionary today. By the way, two years ago, in English, we celebrated 1 million

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To see so when a chef is said there is no one can claim that he knows all the words of Arabic That's impossible. So he said this is Arabic words and philosopher said Quran and Arabic and Arabic are on what oh jack now on and on Jamia Lola Lola facilita to rW Arabi. So that's at the Koran says that it is an Arabic text.

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Other scholars said no you can argue that this is not an Arabic words the structure of it you know you can argue those no they said absolutely we know it is a Persian words and it's Romans descender comes from the senior language. But we say that these verses the Quran is Arabic is correct. But it doesn't mean of the Quran in Arabic It means that every single word has to be in Arabic, even if there is one or two words in other than Arabic language. The root of it, it goes back to our other than Arabic language. It's still considered an Arabic book. He said like a poetry a lines of poetry, written and Persian and they have one or two words in Arabic nobody said this is an Arab poetry.

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Still a Persian poetry unit oh do have a couple of verses go to war words are Arabic, English, Spanish. How a lot of words in Arabic. Nobody said this is an Arabic This is a Spanish word in Spanish. So that's how it is it's an Arabic even if one or two three words are not Arabic. But here asuci Rahim Allah in his book upon mentioned something I found it very convincing. And this is the choice of the great scholar his name aborto VEDA I'll pass

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obeyed al Qassam been set up Rahim Allah

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and also the choice of new Josie. They said that these words originally from

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other than the Arab, any it's used by other than Arabs. So the roots of it goes back maybe to Persia or to a Pacino or something of that nature. But it was commonly used in Arabic language until it became part of the language. So it is an Arabic word because the Arabs start using it a lot and it became part of their dictionary.

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Is that clear? Catherine is different than Russia had the US Padma for that Allah. And this is something you will find

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mentioned by many of the setup like basketball they allow and say they've been Jubail mentioned that the great Tabby about my sorrow.

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He said, Phil poor alameen Cooley sang. In the Quran, you will find a word from each and every tongue,

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you will find a word to represent each and every tongue. And what have mentioned this as well. You might ask shefali Okay, why would you leave the pure Arabic words to

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an Arabic word on Jimmy words.

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So why Allah didn't just replace cinders? with the way the Arab saying it?

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That's right. He said, Arabic, Arabic is the best. Why did he use what's the Arab use to refer to the sun doesn't stop.

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I tell you why. The Arab refer to the sun this and establish with multiple words. So sun, this is the thin silk that goes against your skin.

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How many were like four or five words. And it is from Ebola from being perfect in the way you speak. If you have one words, you use it instead of four. So that's what I put on us this Sunday, instead of saying, oh, and they will be dressed with a garment that's thin like silicon goes against the skin. This tablet has got the point.

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That's why Quran is basically making it very unique and very,

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basically much better way of saying it.

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if you also notice

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any This is very unique for those who want to dig deeper in the verses. The verses start by saying that Allah subhana wa tada have rewards for the believers. very general, then still specifically mentioned some of these rewards.

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That they will get. And this is another very interesting way you make a general statement, then you go into the details. And also a pro is always trying to build that balance between the reward and the punishment, it's very important to raise ourselves and our family. Based on that balance, we always think of reward and for us well punishment because that's how you balance your life.

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Yes, you have a question before we go to the next verse.

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White is mentioned specifically green, because it's one of the most appealing color but they have many colors, but he just mentioned it is that means that this green color is something that loved by a lot more than other colors now, it just because it is a very appealing color especially for someone live in the desert

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and the time of the process a lot more any green ingredient general is a very appealing color is a very beautiful color.

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People who are rich, is it

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more easy for them to utilize the world on themselves or to buy the same things at a moderate price and get the rest of the world

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exactly rich man wears

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is saying if somebody is very rich, would it be better for that person to buy an average clothes and the different donated

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or he buy basically expensive clothes for himself?

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No doubt better is to buy average and to donate the money donating the money is absolutely is better than just using it to yourself at something you'll reward for it. But it's also permissible for the person to buy expensive clothes for himself or herself.

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So that Allah loves in the light of an era he loves to see that result of his blessings on your appearance. Yeah, but that's why we said he by a monitor. He doesn't like

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go too bad or wear bad clothes. But again if we say that he still took care of himself but I don't need to go by for example like I know a brother who have the ability to buy half a million dollars car but he preferred to buy a $300,000 car

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and to put a $200 $200,000 for donation I'm serious.

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Okay, so sorry of the examples not relevant.

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That a lot Yes.

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Yes, bass on the line. So in that agenda, it is our own the people of Jenna meet each others and many occasions all of it and Friday we're all of them go to meet Allah Subhana Allah and in that valley, they meet each other all of them that never number two, they meet each other other than that time, but how that works, that the higher ones goes down not the other way around.

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So the one on the top goes down to visit the one on the bottom, but not the other way around as an ambassador of the alonside. And in the classic shell I'll talk more about that. Yes.

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No, no, nobody in general will feel that sad or or prevented. But that's why in the one of the had Ethan nebuta Salim said people will be sitting on chairs. According to their deeds, some of them are like light some of them are like musk like mountain while I era I had a minimum and no apollomon side and none of them feel that I'm less than my friend.

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How the headache goes nobody ever feel that. One is that in a mafia so duty him in already. A shaman and we purify their hearts from it.

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Any kind of real jealous, envy, hatred, anything, it's negative, it's completely pure heart.

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Like that almost panic that I mentioned the story of that

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the two men, one of them have this beautiful scenery, beautiful gardens that are lost, but Allah bestowed upon him.

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What would it be the whole methodology laid

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and put forward to them the example of two men.

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And here, Allah subhanaw taala, telling us this story of these two men, even though nobody asked about it, and he the story of El Capitan, the people of the cave than the person was asked about it. But this story, nobody asked about it. But the last one that I brought it right after the story over the people of the cave, why? Because it has many examples, and many lessons to be learned. Now, you just heard a story about the people of the cap. So you ready to hear a lot telling you since you're open up for stories, another story comes, you know, it's like a

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lot of metadata. Always, when I tell my kids a story, the little ones when they tell them a story, they want another story. Yeah, that's how you know how people you tell the story. Another story, if I tell you one story, you're looking for another story. That's natural. When they tell you a story about something, you're ready for the next one. So last month, tell them a story about the people of the calf. And now, listen, there is another story also I want you to listen to. And this other story is very, very similar to the situation of Muhammad Sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, and his companions, and the kuffaar. And the story. Why, because the kuffaar of the the time of the processor lab, they

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did not like the process alone, they did not like his companions, for what, because they see them lower than them.

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What's the kuffar proud of their family, their wealth, their power.

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And they say I'm hammered. Your friends are

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orazio home,

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the slave and the poor and the weak and the broken one. So I put on here brought this story, because it's very similar to the situation of the believers, and the disbeliever, during the Prophet sallallahu wasallam telling them that you cannot be proud of your wealth and your family and your numbers, because this is not one add value to your life.

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When you should be proud of something other than basically the money other than the children, other than the fame, the family other than the social status, we should be proud of the man, the faith, the taqwa, the good manners.

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that nature of human beings that they always like to be proud of something. So like giving the believer something to make them proud of which is something that's really a value. And also, this verse, or this story shows the believers that the this man who had the wealth had the the most significant garden you can ever think of that last forever. Looks like have every reason to last forever. A lot destroyed in no time.

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So I'm not telling the believer don't ever be tempted or intimidated by how strong the kuffar are, how wealthy they are. Because all the wealth of the power can be gone in no time.

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And also learning the kuffar. Don't ever think because you have so much wealth so much money so much power? That means you remain forever in power? In no time Allah can switch the situation so it's a very good reminder for both sides for in the woman had minute Mahal.

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I say that again. Their arm will have mineral Mohan anybody can translate that

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it's impossible for things to remain

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constant the same

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it's impossible. Say we said in Arabic in two words you have like a full son doesn't England. Okay? So it's impossible for things to remain constant in the same way. Our it's impossible as to things has to change. They

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Also this been set a reminder for the Jews, the Jews Cydia to the to the the people of Mecca go ask Mohammed about what about the caves and the story of the cave. Allah said I have another story for you. Because at that time so many of the Jews the basically or that time Jews Express so much love so many of them for a wealth even if they take it from Haram.

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They don't care for halal how they know and the mooses love selling them that's not allowed to do this. Don't do that. But they cheat.

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What are our caffeine? Minho Musa? Do nephele if you Sorry, if me 101 he whacked me he was so lovely Semak.

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Wow, are the mareeba uoN what acne him more?

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Well, the first one and sorted by diverse 62 the second one, and saltiness at verse 161. Allah saying how they start dealing with usury, which is forbidden for them taking money that doesn't belong to them. ating the cheating

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said, because they obsessed with money with wealth. To the extent that because they have so much money, they said, Allah is poor, and we are rich, out of Allah.

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So Allah warning them in this story from being

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misled by the wealth that they have in their hands. Don't let the money take your straight. Don't let this the wealth

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take you away from a loss palatinus path.

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And there is no harm to say that this story benefit both the Jews in the town The prasada and the kuffar on the town, the problem and everyone else.

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Also, this story of a man who Allah give him all this power and wealth, and a man who has nothing better basically, no power, no wealth, no family, no children,

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to protect him.

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I was I switched the situation, those this person lost everything,

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and lost all this power in no time.

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A lot of what I was saying, This is the same thing of the story of the people of the cave. These young men who went to the cave, they have no power, they have no money, they have no wealth, they have nothing. Where is the influence with their people, or the king and the soldiers. But in no time Allah also cheese situation. He gives those people power over those. So here again, Allah subhanaw taala in both story telling us that the outcome is always good for the believers and bad for the disbelievers. That's a constant message keep repeating itself again and again and again and again. The story of this two minute symbol, one of them has almost found that I give him two beautiful

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gardens and have given so many reasons for these gardens to be the best cards ever you can think of they have many different types of trees

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protected by set of palm trees around it surrounding the two gardens. And in between the two gardens there is a rivers runs

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so the water is provided year long all the time.

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And the stood of him realizing that this is from a lot a blessing from Allah be grateful and thankful to Allah. He didn't recognize that he thought that his wealth would remain forever.

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his wealth make him Don't be he make make him block his eyes from seeing and appreciating a loss of data. And you can shatter the law

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that allows parents to warn him through that young man or that has his friend the poor person sort of reminding them of a law asking him to repent, not to deny the day of judgment and reminding him of the one who gave you can take it away from you but he didn't listen and happen exactly what he was worried about.

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Last part of data sub well do the below method on module a. Shallow we will continue give you time for getting ready for the salon we have done is nine o'clock we

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