Tafseer of Surah Al Kahf 22

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Just like the former communities, we destroy it for doing wrong. We set it up, we set an appointed time for their destruction. Moses said to a servant, I will not rest until I reach the place where the two seas meet, even if it takes me years. But when they reach the place where the two seas meet, they had forgotten all about their fish, which made its way into the sea and swam away. they journeyed on and then Moses said to his servants, give us our morning meal. This journey of ours is very tiring. And the servant said, Remember when we were resting by the rock? I forgot the fish say Satan made me forget to pay attention to it. And it must have made its way into the sea. How

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strange. Moses said then that was a place we were looking for. So the two turned back retrace their footsteps, and found one of our servants a man to whom we had granted our mercy and whom we had given knowledge of our own.

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Moses said to him, may or may I follow you so that you can teach me some of the right guidance you have been taught? The man said, you will not be able to bear with me patiently.

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How could you be patient in matters beyond your knowledge, Moses said God Willing you will find me patience I will not deserve this obey you in any way. The man said if you follow me then do not query up anything I do before I mentioned it to you myself.

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Allow salatu salam ala rasulillah Masha Allah He was like the woman What about all praise due to Allah subhana wa Tada. And his praise and blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family, his companions and his followers to the Day of Judgment. Make sure that you disconnect us. Yeah.

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Give a feedback.

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The first verse before start

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The story of Musa alayhis salam and the other But till calahorra Allah, Nahum la vida, and these towns, nation's population, some turn translate it, we destroy them when they did volume when they did wrong, a volume, transgression. And since we'll be talking about this a lot, we mentioned this a lot of times what volume here means? Let's see what you guys say.

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We many times we talked about the word volume cafaro a volume one of the first meaning of vomit means go for this belief. So when they became a disbelievers, they question aren't they originally disbelievers?

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They were disbelievers, before the messengers came to them. So what did they have more than they deserve to be destroyed?

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That their curfew their disbelief, maybe in the beginning, was out of ignorance out of culture. They found their family and their parents believe in these deities and these religions. And they don't believe in Allah Subhana Allah, they don't know laws, but after a loss in the messengers, and clarify things to them, and make it clear to them and give them reminders, give them signs, give them proofs, and they insist in the code for that will they deserve the punishment. That's number one. Number two. Also, you can see after the openly start speaking about the gopher, when they don't hide it when they don't feel shame of it anymore. When they're proud of it. When they say it openly

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that we disbelieve in God, we don't believe in his books. We don't disbelieve in all his religions, when they openly reject the message of Allah subhana wa Tada. That's one level of one. What's the next level of transgressions? What's the next level of volume? It is the sense

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it is the sense that you can met that every sin, it's a form of volume against yourself. So those people openly starting doing their sins, they don't care about it. They don't care about Allah subhana wa Tada. They don't care about the rules. That's why they deserve to be destroyed. Not only that, that the sins that is related to you personally are the major sins of the evil sins, but also the sins that involve any form of injustice towards others, toward others, like what are others human beings toward other toward other creations of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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and can you give me some examples of the volume towards others today

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can just ignore stealing people's money and the worst form of stealing the public's money

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when people start stealing the public money, and that can be done by government can die by done by corporates and can be done by so many formats today in the world that you see stealing people's wealth. And today people's lose money in in in no time especially with if you follow all these games and and tricks that they do in Wall Street. And these hedge funds companies and how they can take people's millions of dollars in no time and nobody even hold them responsible for it.

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And after 911 are after

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the end of the previous administration, we know how the crash in our economy for example here happened and we never heard anybody was held responsible. We didn't hurt anybody was put in jail for that. You know take in public's money and look at the world the world in many countries today and the world that people's take the public's money or miss with the public's money and very few will there will be hold accountable really for it.

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It's it's amazing when you see a poor country, a poor country like third world country and you see that the leaders of it they own and Swiss bank $47 billion

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and $20 billion

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and just I can do like Ivana Stein, a broken country. They're one of their president and dubai airport stopped carrying with him more than $10 million and his handbags.

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What is what is that money came from

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that's bone that's bone to the to the nation told them to the people

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It's not long to be rich but long is to be rich in the expenses of making people's bought of taking people's wealth of taking people's money if taking opportunities from other people to grow

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that's them and that's not a lot. So, what other form of volume other than the money

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taking or stealing the money

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what can be other volume as well cleared form of the GC

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we did done house washer we done with Sheriff we're done with with sins we talk about against other human beings killing innocent people. That's one of the worst form that's worse than taking somebody's money is to take somebody's life no doubt and the worst form of learning is to kill your own children to kill your own baby

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and to kill your

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basically your family members and four and go farther than that. So last five animals the process alone when he was asked what's the worst sin he said and tequila Wallah that you kill your own son

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and killing in general today also it is another form of evil that we see it's so public today on people dying well like people even don't know why they have been killed for

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when you hear about what's happening in the world today people just shot and killed and it is very sad that human beings were worth just the the price of a bullet 25 cents that's what you would see what your work

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is a sad when human beings aren't consider a collateral damage. Today when you hear how they the the wars that took place in our and our history in modern history, humanity today, and until the recent days, it is a shame.

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And I remember I told you last week how world one and two, it is unbelievable. Just World War Two have 16 million people were killed. 60 million people were killed.

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It's around 2.5% of the population of the world were killed at that time. And the world war one that's about 9 million people were killed in that war. Look at ongoing conflict today in the world. Look at the what so called suicide bombs. Look at killing innocent people traveling or in the market or, or in public play or even places of worship, and how today, people justify killing even it's one of the worst form of one of the form of them today how even some leaders and governments kill their own countries kill their own people like what we see in Syria today. What can be worse than what you see today that people killed with or only by the hand of their own leaders and abuse LLR everybody

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was seldom said that a woman he saw her in the house in Hellfire and Hellfire carrying a cat and that cat scratching her face in her chest. Why? Because she locked that cat until the cat died.

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Am commented in this hadith by saying so what do you think of a person or a leader will lock up a human being until death

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and that human beings an innocent person?

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I don't know how much you you know, when Libya for example, a collapse, they found people in cells underneath the under the ground and under the Palace of the previous president of Ethiopia. They will be just left there to die a long, long time ago. 20 3040 years.

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A lot of them how long they've been dead, they just left. They were left there to die.

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So that killing people, it is one of the forms of injustice that we see happening in the world today. What else other than taking money taking people's life?

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What's not death but closer to Canada

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to harm someone physically, that's a form of bullying someone.

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You know the gangs work, when they beat someone up. When they hit someone that's unfairly that's volume. That's a form of volume as well, beating people and torturing people, even without killing them. That's a form of one and how popular this today in the world.

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You know

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a young man in our community

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is not someone far away. My man our community was telling me how he was tortured in Pakistan

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that the officer that he was torturing him, he took his blood. He took it in his vein. He runs through his vein gasoline.

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Gasoline that you put in the car, he wrote it in his vein.

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And he said, You know what? I can light you up haha he's loving it, I literally can light you up.

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And that young man has to change his blood every month. Otherwise, he died

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a permanent damage to his life.

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For what reason for nothing, he even doesn't know why until today.

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You want to talk about torture, I also met another guy was torture in one of these countries. Third World country where I found not a single nail told that he had all been pulled out.

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And is telling me how he used to pull it out. And after the pool is mailto they put

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needles

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on basically put the needles on it. See how after we pull your nails out that soft skin, they put needles, that's that. And there is people professional,

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the men alive of torturing people, can you believe maybe Sharla? May Allah protect us? We don't have things like that. Even Can you imagine that we talk about sometimes people upset because the President have made torturing illegal, then we have people running for presidency today. And I don't want to make my class very political. But it's shame. When you see someone today will say that I will legalize not only torture, torturing potential or suspects, because he's not convicted yet, not only torturing suspects, I'll torture them and I'll torture their families.

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It's terrifying. How human being, when you unleash the human being? How can be worse than animal?

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volume, Allah subhanaw taala said about human being volume is a transgressor.

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one form of this volume, torturing and harming people physically, that what's known today as bullying in others, hurting others

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who didn't do any wrong, who don't deserve to be had to be beaten. If this is a family, or it is

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friends, or people you don't know and so forth.

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What other form of injustice toward others today we see in the world around us.

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Come on, what do you what do you see around the world happen today? What other form of injustice

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but very important, very rich. That's That's how lucky any people there will be always poor and rich.

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But that's what is the injustice? Having a poor and rich, that's part of life. But what's the injustice?

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Huh?

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I don't know injustice, whatever another form of injustice that you see in the world today?

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Yeah, we said that, basically, killing children like abortion, for example, its form of killing. So any type of killing children, so you guys said, taking somebody's money stealing? And you said, killing and you guys said, I said, torturing harming physically someone. What else?

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discrimination racism. Racism is a form of injustice, to be racist, to judge to treat people differently based on their color, skin color.

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treating people differently because of their ethnicity, because of their background, because of their social status, because of whatever reason, that is not fair. And just because of the religion and you treat them unfairly.

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And that's a form of injustice.

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can either sort of iffy who by a common

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sort of human run a Taku. When a rich man steal, they let him go, but on the poor man's steal, he will be booted

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Young African American kid, caught with marijuana sent to sentence and put in jail for a very long time.

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But if you're not happy, you will just go the slob and the rest.

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When there is something like that exists in our society, that's dangerous. It's our form. It's a form of injustice.

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When me as a father, I just discriminate because this man is a block and this man is white, just because of the color skin.

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I am not willing to marry you to my daughter. I'm not willing just no other reason. The only reason is this, this he looked black, or he looked white, or the look Hispanic or he looked Chinese,

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you know, and discriminate between people based on that.

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Or because he is Arab or not Arab?

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Or is Hyderabadi or is not,

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ya know, if you're not from,

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you know, Hyderabad, Sharif, you don't count.

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So it does the form of discrimination. It is absolutely a form of

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one.

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Yes, what else?

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One other form of them is slander false testimony, when you give a false testimony, Shahada to zoo, definitely, it's a form of volum agonist other people. Very good. You know, I think one of the injustice that I think brother mode is trying to say about being rich and poor. It is when the society do not give a fair opportunity for its citizens to grow.

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That's a form of injustice.

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When you don't give fair chance for people to grow forest fair chance, one of the form of beautiful justice we have in America, that's everybody have a fair chance to make himself from nothing, and to be something. In many countries, you don't have that. If you're not born to a powerful family. If you're not born to a family as already, you know, well connected, it is almost impossible for you to reach that level. Unless you steal or you're a gang or you're like you do something very bad. Otherwise, there is almost zero chance for you to reach to make something out of yourself.

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That's a form of injustice. And unfortunately, it's exhaust.

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You know, I think one of the form of injustice when you don't have a choice to make and regard to to those who rules you.

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When you don't have a vote would withdraw part of part to cast your vote. You don't have the power to express your, your opinion. That's a form of injustice. You know, when you not have the freedom that Allah Subhana Allah born you with as a free man and a free woman. And freedom is not only the opposite of, of slavery, the freedom of every the freedom, the freedom to express yourself, the freedom you talk, that's why you need to be Salalah the audio seldom said laborious.

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ly Oh tiny buddy foofy ha ha ha ha ha euro Matata. Allah will never bless a nation, the weak person in that nation cannot stand up and extend talk about his rights and ask for his right freely with no fear.

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Also one other form of injustice, that when that minorities rights are not protected, when the majority abused the minority

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and in any form in any format, that's why in the B cell A lot is a lab, cared for the minority rights. Pilot Nabi sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam.

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He talked about a minority what a minority used to live in the Muslim community, people known as Allah Zima,

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the Christian and Jews who live in the Muslim society, they are minorities, how the profits are Southern protected their rights. He said that to ever abuse one of them, one of those non Muslim who live among you, and the house Whoo hoo, hoo hoo, yo ma PM, I will be against that person in the diff judgment. Can you imagine your prosecutor in the office or sometimes the processor will be your prosecutor and the court

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The judgment day

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will be standing against you.

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Who wants to be in that position?

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minorities. That's why I never saw seldom talk about the right of the slaves, the rights of the week in the community, and the last words heard from him before he died, telling people to be good to woman be good to servants be good to the weak among their

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themselves,

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you know,

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one of the one form of injustice, one form of volume,

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Adam misratan, methylome.

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When you see someone suffering,

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when you see some abused,

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and you remain silent,

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and you turn your face away,

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and you start calculating your own personal benefits,

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when you don't stand up for what is right.

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That's a form of injustice in the society.

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And that's wrong.

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And any any nation, any people in the community, don't care for that they have committed a form of injustice.

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You know, what's injustice, when you make falsehood and truth are equal,

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when you make righteousness

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and sins equal,

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when you make impurity and purity equal,

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when you make halal and haram equal,

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when you make Sunnah and bid that equals

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when you make a law and the shape on equal,

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when you treat them the same,

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when you see them in the same level, that volume,

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that's injustice.

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And I want you just to imagine how many form of injustice exist in your life,

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today, in your home,

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in your community,

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in our society, in our nation,

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and other nations.

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And you will see

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why Allah subhanho wa Taala Anna, have no blust these nations

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how Allah Subhana Allah to Allah did not give Baraka to these communities to these movements, to these dour because loan can be done in the level of not only don't look at as a as a leaders and government, look at it started from your own action. And Allah subhanaw taala destroy your your your life, if you are volume, if you're an unjust person.

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If you're not just your parents, if you're not fair with them, if you're not fair with children, if you're not fair to your your brothers and sisters, if you're not fair to your community, if you're not fair with the people that they work with you, it starts with you, then your family, then goes to the community then goes to the society goes to the city to the country, to the nations and so forth.

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You know, when we look at all these diseases, all these natural disasters, all the problems that's happening in the world economical problem, or social problems, like the rise of crimes, the rise of

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social issues like divorce, suicide, you know, breaking fat and divorce, and family broke, broken families everywhere you look out in the world today, you see that percentage is just rising. The percentage of divorce to the extent that I was reading, that in many Muslim countries Today, many Muslim countries, I was reading the statistics that an average divorce case every 19 seconds.

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Yes.

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19 seconds is a case of divorce.

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You talk about 48%

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divorce rate in countries like United Arab Emirates, around that number in Saudi Arabia, in Egypt. It's crazy. It's very terrifying.

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One of the reasons our I think our divorce

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rate in America is around 4344 something like that. And you know, just drop a little bit you know why? Because the rate of marriage drop.

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That's why the divorce drop.

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But all these things that you see happening in the world today, it is part of the distractions one of the punishment of Allah Subhana Allah to the nation.

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And unless this verse which is so scary, well Jan 90, Maliki mo ADA,

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Allah subhanaw taala. Third, we appointed a fixed time for their destruction.

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That's why we as a Muslim community, one of the things the role that we play, that we make sure to ensure justice in the society

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because as long as there is justice in the society, as long as this society is protected from being completely destroyed,

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but if injustice became, the main thing

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will lie, Allah subhana wa tada destroy this nation.

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And just by looking at what happening in the world today, reflecting for a moment about what happening in the world today, you will see an argument to learn the outcome of the injustice

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and a loss of Hannah to Anna said and told us when Americans move a leaky

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Alcor, Arby's oldman, illa

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badimo

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a lot destroyed the villages and the nations in the cities and the nations when, why because of the injustice of its people.

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Forgetting him and creating a last panel data set and how many a city did you destroy while it was committing wrong? Fuck I am in Korea in alakina. Our Halima for here we are to Nana urrutia

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para la casa machine.

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So, it is now fallen into ruin, and how many and abandoned well, and how many a lofty place in these lofty plays in the world are been abandoned and left empty after a lot destroyed the people of these cities

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fatica

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Lee mavala more.

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So those are their houses dissolved and because of the rolling of the wrong they had done.

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After that the the story of Moses started with

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a start in

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verse number 16.

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What if pioner Moosa the Fatah who la abre, who had a Beluga magma Alba harini, Umbria.

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And mentioned when Moosa said to his servant, I will not cease not travel, until I reach the junction of the two seas, or continue for a long period of time. What that means before we go to the to what that verse exactly means, I want to cite that the story of Musa and and how the,

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the process of them was not asked about you remember the whole sort of calf, they came in, they asked the press about certain things. They asked him about the story of the people of the cave. They asked him about the king, the codename and they asked him about it but they never asked about Moosa who asked the process on them the people of Mecca after what after consulting the Jews, the Jews suggests in these questions to know of Mohamed Salah is a prophet or not. And they asked another question fourth question about the child how the baby boy is comes into how the pregnancy result of a baby boy or baby girl anyway.

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But this story never been asked about. But Allah Subhana Allah mentioned it to her before he mentioned the last story of the surah which is the story of the king the Quran

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and Allah subhana wa tada

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mentioned it to him, he said, What's the purpose of bringing the story of Musa Anaconda here?

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They said since the story of the codename the king Joe Kernan is about the power nine, traveling the world. Okay to expand his kingdom.

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I travel the world to stretch his power to gain more power.

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Through armies and conquering land. Allah subhanho wa Taala give you the story of someone also who traveled a long distance, but not to expand his kingdom.

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Not to expand his army, but to expand his knowledge

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which is more powerful than expanding your army and being more strong, having a bigger army or a stronger or bigger country.

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Also,

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one of the reason this verse this story is very

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effective and comes in the right place. Because the Jews did not in the Medina, some of them believed the Mohammed salah and some of them refused. And why did they refused?

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They said, We are better than the Arabs. We are the children of Moosa

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and Moosa is the best man and we the children of Israel, we are the follower of Musa we have the Torah how someone like us will follow an Arab person and a person like Mohammed, they always see themselves higher than the Arabs.

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Okay, and this story, telling them that your prophet to move south how follow someone who's not the Jew, how follow someone, maybe lineage wise, he was lower than Moosa. Maybe fame wise is longer than Moosa, but still he has knowledge that Musa Musa was not arrogant like you

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when musawah stove there is knowledge to learn from the other he went on he learned from him

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and he was as of the Quran inviting them to listen to Mohammed, they might find an Mohammed Salim knowledge that it will benefit them as Moosa learned from other also, Allah Muhammad Allah Rama said one of the reason could be says the Jews asked about the carnage in the king. And then card nine do not represent anything to do with the Jews.

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The main story, it's a story of a king and great king.

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So what the so big deal of knowing the details of this story, as a philosophy panel with the honor of presenting them and saying, if you want to ask, you should have asked about the story of your own profit,

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which is you have more knowledge of than anyone else.

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And there is more lessons to be learned from the story of Musa more than the lessons that can be learned from the story of the king. There are main

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also LMS said, after Allah mentioned the story of Adam and the chiffon, and shows how a shame bonds arrogance led him to go for how the humility of Moosa led him to learn more, let him to

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elevate his level

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of being a student of knowledge in front of another two different pictures. And that shows you the way of the believers is the way of learning the way of humility, and the way of the disbeliever it's the way of arrogance, the way of rejection, the truth.

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Also, ella massart One of the benefits because the people of Mecca always used to say we're not going to say to Mohammed enter his friends leave.

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I mentioned that a couple of times. They said this friends are lower than us we'll higher than them. were smarter than them we are richer than them were from better family than them.

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Were are of their slaves from Rome and from BC and I'm not going to sit with them. So like give this story to the people of Christ to listen to see someone like Moosa

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guys, you know what's most I mean?

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When I say Moosa, you know what most I mean.

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There is no prophet was mentioned in the Quran more than Muslim.

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There is no one Allah talk about more than Moosa.

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That means something, isn't it.

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He is the one who come in the day of judgment with more followers than anyone else, after Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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Most of the one Allah subhanaw taala don't want even to have someone in between when he speaks to him.

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What Allah wants to speak to Moosa, he doesn't even want gibreel to be in the middle.

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Our spoke to him directly

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Well Calum allow most of the calima

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Can you imagine how dear he is to Allah?

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Mousavi Salaam that Allah subhana wa Adana, when he wants to give him not even the revelation in the form of talk when you want to send it to him in a written format, he wrote it with his own hand.

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The Torah written about Allah Subhana dhammas Han and his was handled to Moosa. What do you want more than that?

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That's musala his setup.

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So when I say Moosa, you need to understand the value of the person I'm talking about. With all this.

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A person meets Allah Subhana, Allah and Allah directly, can you imagine you reach that level? Then you go to someone who's unknown. Nobody knows his name even

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never heard off before, not from your own people. And you go with full humility, and you say, I want to follow you. I want to be one of your followers.

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I want to learn from you.

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And guess what? That man is not rich is not fancy, he very simple person, live a very simple life.

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It's a lesson for the people of Makkah, not to be arrogant for the people of the Jews in Medina, not to be arrogant,

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and to come and to sit and to listen and to learn from Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and definitely, that's a lesson to all of us as well.

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Allah subhanaw taala starts by saying,

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What is Pilar Musa Li Fatah Who? La Abra, who had

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a Beluga magma, Alba, Hawaii, our ambuja jacoba

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the story it's amazing how Allah God only mentioned a story last time that I mentioned it and in different ways. Sometimes I'll like give you the story from the beginning. And sometimes the last one I'll give you the story from the middle. And sometimes he gives you the story from the end and he goes back to the beginning. So the stories are mentioned in very different ways in the Quran. Here there is no introductions. Didn't tell us why even Moosa

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want to go to another. How did you even know about the cover?

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Didn't tell us anything. It just puts us in the middle of the scene. You know how sometimes a movie you start the movie and the movie starts from like the middle. You don't doesn't give you introduction, you just into the action directly.

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You know, it just make you part of the scene in the middle of the scene. It's a very powerful way of telling the story. And instead of you're just giving on Mozilla's thinking um no he just put you in the middle now Moosa, we're traveling with his servant and are in the middle of the road to what have made them take the journey First of all, was not mentioned.

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put you into the action directly just to get you excited, and mentioned

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and mentioned What if Carla Moosa

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when moose are sad,

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and sorry, and when Moses said, and when Moses and and referring to what Rama Rama said, what is called a Moosa ma tofana. What is called nadolol mala, a cat is to Dolly Adam

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goes back about 20 verses when Allah subhanaw taala said when we told the end gels, bow yourself to other so he connected the two story together a little map I don't have them in the outfield.

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He connect them together. That's why I told you earlier some LMS said the purpose from the story was what was to tell you to show you the way of the arrogance and the way of the people of Tada, humility.

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And he thought, yeah, and he also remember, as we asked you to remember or I asked you to mention during the story of the angels, we're now asking Mohammed to tell them the story of Moosa so they can learn from it. And what is the beginning of the story. This is something that was mentioned in the cinema of the prophets of Salaam and we will read it very soon.

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when Moosa said to his servant, Moosa, who is Muslim, he is most abundant

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Orion. Moosa had been Emraan, the prophet that was sent to the children of Israel, the one I just mentioned earlier, and there is no other Muslim mentioned in the Quran. By the way, the only Muslim mentioned the Quran is this one.

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And in the Senate and nobody saw Salam in the Hadith is clearly stated, why I'm even saying this because believe me, believe it or not, that is some people said, this is not Moosa, the one who Allah spoke to.

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And among some of the Jews said that this story doesn't belong to Moosa and Emraan. They said, this is Moosa even mentioned the son of use of Joseph the son of Jacob do

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not move in Mr.

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That's why

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I mentioned this, specifically to say that this is not true. And this is absolutely false. I'll call on speaks of Moosa, the prophet of the children of Israel.

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And his servant Fatah. hoonah, is another

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prophet, who is the other prophet that is servant to Musa, you shall be known, whose you shall be known, you shall have been known as one of the prophets of Allah have sent to the children of Israel. And he's the one who carried on the mission of leading the children of Israel, to the promised land to the land that Allah promised that they will gather in it, which is that Jerusalem because Musa alayhis salam died before reaching Jerusalem, and he was buried outside before reaching Jerusalem. He saw Jerusalem because that was his wish and life, just at least to see to this eyes. So Moosa his wishes his life to see Jerusalem with his eyes. Isn't that should be a wish for every

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believer.

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Anyway, so he died before reaching there, and who lived. Benny Israel at the turn of Israel from who left Egypt, who led them to enter the city was usually at noon, and in Ibiza Salam said, that the sun never stopped moving, except in two cases. One of it was for you shall be known. For the Prophet you shall be known. Allah freezes, the sun freezes the time, and in other words, the time frozen, for you shall be known just for him to pray.

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So he will not miss the prayer and he will enter Jerusalem on time anyway.

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When he was in the company of Musa alayhis salam in this trip, to learn and to serve Moosa, because Moosa is older than him.

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Then,

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as I said, this is that the servant and Musa alayhis salam here have been Abbas really alone when Abby was told that a man by the name Neufeld Bacardi, claimed that Moosa here is not most of the son of Rembrandt is Moosa, Eben Mencia. Then he said Massoud, Kava de la is like the enemy of Allah. And he reported that obey the law and said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and here, the Hadith will tell you the story, why Musa took the trip.

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He came in as he start, or he addressed the children of Israel.

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And he said to the people,

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he said, Who is the most knowledgeable person

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anyone has the most the most knowledgeable person exists among and in the face of the earth.

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Then he said to him, he answered himself, he said that will be me.

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I am the most knowledgeable person in the face of their

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Fatima Allahu Allah.

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Allah was not happy with that statement that he made.

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He because the statement of what

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not only arrogant but a statement that you claim something you have no knowledge of because you didn't know all human beings.

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Once I asked the ambassador Rahim Allah

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I said to him, Shana, is it true that you said a shell albani which is very famous Shan Hadid also passed away. He is the most knowledgeable scholars on the face of the earth.

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And animals in the science of Honey, did you ever say that?

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Then the sheer poison he was

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toward my direction, you know, he's blind. And he's like said, I never said that.

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I shall never ever say something like that.

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Son. I don't know all the scholars who live in the face of their

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How can I say that?

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But I said,

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I don't know, personally, anyone among the living scholars who know the Hadith more than sheharbano

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very precise, Adam, respect. He doesn't make that general statement.

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So here, Allah subhana wa tada that he was not happy with Moses answer. Since he did not refer the knowledge to Allah. Then Allah revealed to Moosa, it's not arrogant, why? Because if it's arrogant, the following story will not take place.

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But it just he thought that he is the most knowledge, he forgot that he should refer to Allah. He should. I don't know who Allah knows the best, who's the most knowledgeable person who the person is most of the knowledge and the face of there are among human. So last time I told him,

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I have one of my servants at magic metal behind at the area where the junction of the two seas meet each other's meet each other's. He said, he has more knowledge than you.

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What's Moosa replied to Allah. It is it How come?

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Now, he said.

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He said immediately workiva Libby,

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how can I reach him? Yes, I know. What an attitude.

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What an attitude.

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This is the same attitude also the way I heard. And I'm delighted when he said, Well, I know another Julian, if I know someone who knows about a verse, or about the history of a verse, some of it in the zoo, why this verse was revealed, or a prophet or sell them give an explanation to a verse in the Quran that I'm not aware of and that person can be reached. I will never sleep until I reach that person's place. I'll travel no matter how far he is how high he is, you know, I will reach that person and I will ask him about this person to learn from him. This the attitude just I know someone I'm more knowledgeable than monogamy. I will be just a shadow. I will go learn from that person. And

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that's the attitude of musante set up. Go ahead.

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A lot.

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Shadow

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shadow

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shadow one.

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Hey.

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Hey

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hey,

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So he said to his servant, to prepare her servant for this journey,

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he said just look me up from the beginning

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that I'm traveling all the way to where the two seas meet each other's that place in itself very far away from

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the junction of the two seas had absolute madman and baja de la obra de la casa de

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La Habra people in Arabic who familiar with Arabic lying to the might think la vida de la bajada mccanna la vida

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una de la Sol it means I will continue travel. I will not cease traveling until I reached that junction of the two sea and these two seas okay measurement All right. Why? Because that's what the hell did I just told you the process alum told us that a lot told him at that place, you will find one of my servants, the one who has more knowledge than you.

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Okay, so,

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those who said that Moosa never literally traveled and they said this is a figurative speech. This is a very weak opinion and it exists in some of the books of the year. They said Moosa didn't really literally travel and move from his place. And some even historian sad because we don't have in the history documentation of him traveling any farther distance or anything like that. But you can tell from the Koran this travel was only him and one it's not something publicly known. It's not something that necessarily to be documented. That's why are undocumented to us this incident, which is not documented by the people because they have not witnessed it.

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And those who is that claim that this is an inter figurative speech as long because of what it speaks of them long distance speaking of them, tired speaking them eating and this is not a figure of things, this is real thing. So that means really, they were traveling Where is that place where the two seas meet each other's? What two seas what, which, which two seas match model behind you, as you expect, a lot of people speculate, speculate, give like suggestion.

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Which which sees Hmm.

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Yeah, that's a very famous opinion that it is the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. And they said the area where he reached and he met

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other punja

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Okay, which is a city today. What's it what do you call it in English? What's dunja

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10 1020 1020 that's how they call 10 Ginny?

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nano in Morocco. It's a city of Morocco and northern Morocco all the way the tip of Morocco where we're where to meet where the ocean Can you look at it on the

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10 year 10 engineer

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10 G. What does it

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Tangier? That's how this Okay, Tangier.

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So they said that's where that area he met at. Some said, No, it's actually referring to an area where in Turkey

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on some said it could be in round India.

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Okay, and said, where the golf meet with the ocean with the Pacific Ocean? To show you how many different ways and I never care for these details, because it doesn't really make any difference to us. Where's that place as we know one thing that there are two C's. And in the Quran when you read the word, it means saltwater is not freshwater. So that's something we know because linguistically, see it's a saltwater. So two waters meet each other's and he will be there meeting

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a

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table earlier Metal Hammer law, if there is no point why even two C's were mentioned.

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And you might get frustrated Tell me if no point for mentioning why it says in some place by the ocean. Because usually the seas when you reach the end of the sea that's a very long distance. So it gives you that idea

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Did you travel for a very long distance until the seas end? And another sea start okay Elena also said it was suitable for both of them to meet at the tease the two seas when they meet each other's Why? Because as you see two seas meet each other's you'll also see these two men who represent an oceans of knowledge each one of them meet one another

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like when you see the two seas meteors others also what uncovered with all the knowledge that he has, and most of all and also their oddity how they all look that oceans of knowledge as well so they said so the place kind of fit that summit fit that story fit that incident took place

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which is very unique it's very understandable today if you want to do for example a good camp talking about for example, a spirituality you don't take them to Disneyland

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for

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over spirituality I don't think that people to Disney, I think we will do our place was serenity and not That's right. And if I want to take a camp and the camp the idea of the campus to have fun and to have physical activity, I don't do it in the mall. I don't the most five star hotel, okay, I do it in Colorado, in the mountains. So you choose the place that fit what the the actions that it takes place fair to the, the basically the the purpose of the meeting. And here that's perfectly fit to the purpose of the meeting, to ocean of knowledge meeting each other's so that's when the two oceans meet each other as well. He said, I'm really hopeful that I will keep traveling for years and

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years and years to come. jacoba Do you know any verse in the Quran use the word help about

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any verse in the Quran, come to your mind has the word couple

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labin efia qobuz and about Hellfire that they will stay in Hellfire for years and years and years and years and years? And hopefully it means a long period of time. On a basis basically.

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Yeah, and he is not defined. undefined.

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Let's hear that and help about it means but that's why because of this verse, Alabama and the North entity because of this particular verse, some enemies said the Hellfire come to an end because I helped them do them in a locker room. It's a very specific period of time, but unknown years and years but it comes to an end. So he said, I will travel travel travel for years and years doesn't matter how long how many years takes until I find what, what I want and that's shows you have high level of commitment. Then Allah Subhana Allah said

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bellava majima de Hema nesea huta Houma tada sebelah who feel badly sorry,

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but

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comes up after five minutes.

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But when they reach the junction between them,

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they forget they forgot their fish and it took its course into the sea

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is slipping away

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what fish what this what the fish would the story of the fish

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when Allah subhanaw taala headed that I mentioned earlier in Sahil Bahati about the process of him telling us the story in the Hadith the prophet or seldom said that Musa said the Arab this junction of the two seas is a huge area so big, big line. How I'm going to find him

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it's not like one specific any spot is a huge area which were exactly go to 10 g whatever you call it. punja Okay, that's a huge area where I'm going to find them exactly a lot of them take with you a fish when this fish leaves you that when you find that man

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have a sign for you. What fish

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Yeah, and he will have

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a fish tank within that small little ball fish now.

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A dead fish

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semacam momella

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dead fish and Mr. himolla said aleut here a fish sir

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said no and who's actually that? Well, the well it's big. So he will be grabbed, dragging it with him. That's why they were eating from it. And the whole entire wrote on some said no, it is just a fish. Okay?

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Which is more authentic in my opinion. Why because in another generation, he said, fi MC tell you put it in a mechanic, and that cannot be the huge big fish for the victim. Yeah, I need the MC fi mc 10 Mc 10 was in

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the offer. It's basically

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a container that people used to put the food in it when they travel.

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And he put he made this fish salt, his salted fish. So that will stay. You know how when you dry fish and you put a salt on it. So you can use it. Like when you look at jerky beef, beef jerky, something like that. So fish jerky, so you'd have it so it's a dead fish processed, and you have it with you

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a lesson when this fish comes back to life and leave you that's when I'll call the s. That's what I'll call it.

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So Allah made the sign of meeting, a miracle. That unbelievable.

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That dead fish comes back to life.

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And it didn't only come back to live the way it came back to live. It's amazing that it came back to live and actually start digging away or like a path for itself all the way to the

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to the ocean. And some said no, it was actually stuck in a place. And to musante sam came and released it from that place Fukushima It was like stuck in a hall. And when he found it in that tall, he It was like inside Iraq. And when you walk inside this rock, or some said in an island, and you reach that island, when he found in that island and hover and some said no, it was an island it was actually at the beach, but it was so in a very dark cave. And when you walked through that cave, and got it out, by the time he got it out, he found a hot tub sitting outside or laying down outside against the rock

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against a rock on the beach.

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We'll talk about this in Sharla more next week because this is really very interesting, the story and more interesting than the fish and how fish turn back to life. It's actually the actual story, the lessons that we can learn from these from these stories and hopefully you will be able to come up with a lot of these lessons inshallah to Allah. And next week, one of the reasons that Allah made the the sign

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that this fish goes back to life is to show you his ability to resurrect people from death.

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Because you're talking about you talking to the machine, again to the people of America who don't believe the resurrection, you're talking to the Jews who don't believe in the hereafter and denied the hereafter. So that's why he keeps reminding them in every possible way about this concept. The concept of being back to life being judged be resurrected, be hold accountable for your actions. And also to show you that the last paradigm has ability and he's capable of doing many things beyond human beings imagination and one of it turned this dead fish

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to a living fish that will start walking its way back to that

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to the sea and that's why I lost monitor Honestly, I Java. People are surprised, by the way but his his fetter his his servant was very surprised by the way this fish came back and jump off the container and start moving moving moving itself and it went away and he couldn't he didn't even follow

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because disappear.

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We don't know. But it's where that junction is. Yeah. But

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they don't mix the meet each other.

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Yeah, the versus not talk about it, if it's mixing or not mixing or that were the most

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Meet.

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Yeah, but it is the con speak about the area where we meet each other, but doesn't mean necessarily that they are max because what you said is correct. There is a barrier. When they meet each other, there is a third type of water. As Alan mentioned it that's about as between them. We'll see shala next week to talk more about this genre.