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Tafseer of Surah Al Kahf 23

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Waleed Basyouni

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Moosa met and had the story with Allah Hopper, okay.

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You can say it with custom robot, and faithful Ha, ha.

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And you can also with hibel.

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With castle ha, what the skin of blood. So you can pronounce it two ways here, Javier or Hebdo

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This is

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another way to,

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to pronounce. So you can do this way or that way.

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So, how they're

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held? How the three ways

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how they're held? Have the baton, the hot Tesla on both whites and you can have suku number that photon robot or kosamba? So that's three ways of pronouncing this word, this word and all correct. Is this a name? No, it is it a nickname?

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It comes from the word green. Okay. And what is his name? I don't want to bother you with all this debate over his name because there is no proof. We don't know what his name does make any difference. Now, we're not gonna benefit anything from knowing his name. And that's why I never pay attention to these details. Because again, and again and again, I'll keep saying Oh, hold on. There's not a history book. There's a historical information in it. But it's not a history book. It's a book of guidance. So this way, we only focus on things that benefit you why he was called how the why was called a lover or the green. Okay. This came in handy. That'd be some not because he

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himself was green. Okay. People, even somebody was telling me as a mother, there is a

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Sophie, a guy here in America wrote an article talking about Star Wars. And he said the Star Wars is based on the Hobbit and mu says legend. And he said how there is that little green creature, what I call Yoda. He said that's a hollow which is ridiculous. I read the whole article. It's a ridiculous article. But he first of all, who said that 100 was green himself.

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Okay, why he was called the green Abu huraira the light reported that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said and this had been the body in them assuming

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and no jealousy gerasa Allah for what in ba ba for either here zoomin kullfi hombre. He said on fatwa

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white fatwa and it turned to be green what fatwa some people said and fatwa was a carpet okay or piece of cloth that you set on it turned to be green, but many other said no matter it is photo it refers to a piece of land you are sitting in an area and this area was dry grass was yellow okay and dead grass or like there is no grass at all. And the moment he left this is turned to be so green filled with grass. And you will find

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many scholars and he said that what it meant like a hobby Rahim Allah and it has been hijacked in his explanation. So who body and it Karima said, whenever it used to set whatever around him, it will be green. Anytime you sit on the grass and the look, he will the area will turn to be green and Mujahid said, can either Sala

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any area that you used to pray in it that will turn to be green. And this is one something like a miracle for him.

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I'll have this one that Moosa had this story with we're going to talk about was he a prophet? Or was he just a righteous man? There is a whole entire debate between that scholars about this and each group really have very good argument. I don't know how much details you guys interested to that but I'll quote to be an hour we Lucy a Razzie a claimed all of them mentioned that I'll hover was a prophet. And the claim that this is the position of the majority of the Muslim scholars are due and had the power to do more. The majority of the scholars and the interpreter of the Quran will go with the opinion that aha there was a prophet. In the other hand, you see people like an Imam and Baba

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Rahim Allah wrote a book and see a beautiful book, and I'll barely even kefir

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The famous professor said the T is not a prophet is not a prophet.

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And the said also that this is the position of the majority of the scholars.

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These the claim that the majority usually when people say the majority, it's according to their experience their own research. So they found more more books that say that so this is the majority. It's sometimes relevant. This word, majority. I want to say that I've been Tamia Rahim, Allah, for instance, they've been Tamia. In certain times, he mentioned he is a prophet, and his book. But other places, he mentioned that he was not a prophet.

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And I found him in to me and said both, and I don't know which one is the latest position. But it shows you the tea was himself, not sure about which opinion to follow.

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Okay. And I would say that those who claim that and never we said that he is a prophet, I'm not sure. I know your Rahim Allah never actually choose the opinion that he was a prophet. When you know, we spoke about him. However, he did not make tarji he did not choose one opinion over another. The only thing and no, he said he refuted the opinion that however, is an angel.

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Because some people said no is not a human I have is an angel who Allah sent to Musa alayhis salam. But

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no, he refuted that. And that's very weak opinion never been a popular opinion. What's the evidence? Those who said the tea is Willie, he is a Willie. A group of people you have to be attend pay attention to them. A lot of Sophie's claimed that Al Hubbard was an A Well, he he's a righteous man like a saint. He did not like the idea that he is a prophet at all. And by the way, a lot of Sunni scholars took the position that he was not a prophet. Just to counter the claim of the Sophie's what why the Sophie fascinated. Some Sophie's would be so fascinated with Okada. Because one of the things that you see among some Sufi traditions, they would say, not all of them, but some of them

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they will like what they've been Alavi, for example, said, mama Nobu. What if he bought a zine for one hour surely we're doing annually. They said that the profit is less status under his comes under the winning the only a higher level than the profit higher level than than MBA. And this is something that's not the common belief among the mainstream Sydney's Okay, they will not agree with that. They will say no profits are in the top you cannot put away. So one of the things that they use to support their claim is

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the city I'll have a higher than Moosa. He knows more than Moshe and he was a wedding.

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Okay, so they said if he had status, it is better, but that's not true.

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Actually, there is an agreement between the roadmap It doesn't matter. I'll hover is a profit or not Moosa is better than Okada. Even if you say he's a prophet, because most masa is one of the

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only azmin apostle, one of the five messengers with the greatest well, that Allah subhanaw taala favor them above all other messengers and prophets, who are the five anybody knows?

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No.

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Ibrahim

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Musa,

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Isa, and Mohammed Salah, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, these are the top five messengers and prophets.

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So here we say

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that this claim, it is unacceptable.

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Also some of the things that you will cite some sort of you would say that actually a lot of my give him a high

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and you will see some of these extreme sets that will only up they go to the safe tablets of Allah and lo and behold, and they change and it wherever they like.

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Allah give them the power to erase and confirm and change. So I'm delighted to them. Gilani, he has access to the safe tablet, you will find some group will say crazy things like that. And what are the evidence or one of the things that they always bring it up? I'll have her that she is so powerful that he knows the unseen that God gives him access to the the world of the sea.

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ignorant, this this kind of egg This is an ignorant

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those who said that he is a righteous man and the same

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only among the mainstream Sunni, like, for example, Alba, Alba and even kefir. They said when it comes down to Allah,

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Allah subhanaw taala did not give access to the whole on the word of the unseen. Also, he only give him access to certain things about the future that no one else knows. Very limited access, and not access Allah give him information about the future. He didn't give him the whole entire animal hype. Even Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam have mentioned a lot of things will happen in the future, but does the process Allah knows all the unseen all the future now, welcome to atom alive? Let's take 30 million higher Allah says in the Quran, I bought Mohammed Salim saying, if I know the future, I will claim a lot of good but I don't know the future. But he knows from the future what Allah taught him

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what Allah have allowed him to know or inform him about.

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And

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one of the evidence that those people have the declaim al Hubbard is not a prophet. They said that Allah subhana wa Tada. He gives him information about certain things, even if he's not a prophet, lacking a lot by mineral cash, fapa mineral. This is a very Soviet terminology. I'm just using it here to say even if we say that the law give him the ability to see things from the future, it is limited, it's like a kurama it is a miracle that they'll give it to him and have give him this special treatment. And if he was a prophet, Al Quran you'd have mentioned him as what prophet? And that's what the poverty Rahim Allah and the SIR the the modern professor and his students, they

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mean, all of them said that he is not a prophet because Allah never refer to him as a prophet. He referred to him as the mineva de la, one of Allah servant, Zhu L. Meanwhile, Rama has knowledge and mercy.

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But those who said no, he is a prophet. And to be honest with you, there is a larger number of scholars that he's a prophet like Eben Assad al Ahmad. And in order to be as I said earlier,

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even taymiyah once he mentioned it,

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and they said

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a bit of an hijaab also said he's a prophet. They said that Allah said in the Quran attina hora meten min in Dena wylam. Now who may lead una Elma we gave him a mercy from Us that's a very special mercy to him. What's that special mercy?

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When you look at the word urashima when Allah said I give the I give my rip my mercy to this person usually refer to Prophethood what unzer Allahu Allah Kalki taba

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waka Lu inshallah Allah Azza wa carlu Lola neusiedler hodel an Allah Julie minakari Korea Taney

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anybody knows of him a homie oxy Muna Matata big here when they say hey, why the Quran was not revealed to one of the great leaders of the stripes that Allah said Are they the one who control Allah's mercy? Here mercy referring to what referring to the property I mean, are they controlling who a lot choose to be a prophet or not? Okay, well, Malcolm Todd you and you are la Kalki taba in LA Mata Moravec. So Al Kitab the book was given to you as a mercy here mercy referring to him being chosen to be a prophet and Surat Al cos us okay. also referring to someone as have knowledge from Allah. Usually it is a description of Prophet when a lot describe use of he said about him. We're in

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the hula do illman Lima alumna we taught him that's a very common way in the Quran. Well, anzahl Allahu Allah He can keytab Well, hikma, why lemme Come on I'm Dakota, Adam.

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He taught you so this is something very common in the Quran. They referred the weeds when use the right

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And in, in this format, referring to someone who have been choosing to be a prophet. So when Allah Subhana Allah said it now who rahmatan mean Indiana, Wanda Menachem in LaDonna, ala goes in the same line of verses that speaking about prophets and messengers, okay?

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Also one very clear evidence that 100 set are called set one alpha two who an embryo whatever I did here Moosa, I didn't do it from my own.

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So what he why he did what he did it is because Allah revealed this to him, and we know Allah do not reveal to any human unless he revealed to a prophet.

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Now you Sheila beshara, amor MBR, what was that what we know?

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So be very careful from those who claim that he's a really a righteous person. And then they come to the conclusion that Oh, Leah is very his higher level and Toby mentioned that I'm not saying that we mentioned that about some of the Sophie's the extreme Sophie's at that time.

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And they said that the the Willie the Willie, he knows the inside. While the nebby knows the outside, so Moosa only look at outside

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while other look to the inside. He knows the baton. Okay. And no doubt that this is unacceptable because an Omar Omar Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam agreed that the best of humanity or the prophets were in their home and then let me then mustafina er, a la jolla stuffy minella Mela aka Jerusalem and wamena NASS, Allahu Allah Mohave Rizal it. So Allah Subhana Allah knows who's to choose to carry his message. Allah says, Allah choose he chosen the Prophet, they are the best people are chosen by Allah subhanho wa Taala. Not because how the knows things that Moosa doesn't know make other better than Moosa. That's right.

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Or do you think that makes him better?

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isn't necessarily

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if I know something,

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Omar doesn't know. Does that make me better than Oman?

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Yeah.

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It doesn't necessarily means that That's right. Okay. If I come to Mohammed and I tell him Hamad for example, you know, I tell him something about English lecture littered with that make me knows about this subject. He doesn't know he never heard that before.

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Okay, which is hard to find. But if I did that, would that make me better than him and understanding English lecture? No. Hey, you know, Shakespeare like the back of his hand.

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Something I don't know. You know, he's better than me in this area. So not because I know one thing about him, it doesn't make any better than him.

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That's right.

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If this is the case, we should say and Hood Hood,

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the bird of Moosa of salons, Solomon said a man better than zulema because he is also a man. I have to be mad at him to help me. I know what you don't know.

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So if a cobbler knows something Moosa doesn't know doesn't make him better, like 100 is not better than a man because he knows about something that should a man doesn't know about. Okay. And musante his salary, followed other is that make a hover better than most? No.

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He followed other because he follow what the law said in the local rugby, Sydney Elma increase my knowledge.

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That's why we have no doubt that Moosa is better than a hugger. yamu Sha, Allah says in the Quran, Yama moves

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in his trophy to Kerala NASS very sad it will be canon.

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Law have chosen Moosa over all humanity at anatomia.

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And that include the color of choosing your over them. So that's very clear evidence of that. Verse 144. And

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some people use this story also some extremes of the groups that that actually the righteous person, when you reached a certain level of Eman. The Sheree arose doesn't apply to you anymore.

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You can even go against the Sharia. Like what Alhambra did he killed? He destroyed he did things against the Sharia of Moshe

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we said hey hold on you guys wrong Why didn't he do that didn't he kill the boy didn't need to do this. This is Sherry as Moses said it's haram to kill and to destroy properties did he destroy the ship said yeah, but Albert is not entitle to the Sharia of Muslims.

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The Law of Moses is only to whom

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to the children of vinyasa. And who hover is not among them. Moosa was not sent to every human being on the earth there was only sin with certain rules to the vinius right and hover has his own Sharia

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as all it doesn't is not a follower of Moshe

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Okay, and one of the amazing things I'm not going to go into details was because this is something unfortunately you might come across

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this issue today online or maybe so I just want to make sure that you have an idea about the race people have this kind of ideologies but when the most a strange thing Okay, that among the some nice colors that may not really matter in a nation and the sooner there is a very interesting debate even to be exist, which is is 100 alive today or is dead

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Okay, it's crazy, isn't it? It's it's interesting that

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an OB Rahim Allah said, the majority said he's dead, but to be ended up in his own research saying but he's still alive. He choose the opinion of the minority.

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That's still alive.

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And knowing Rahim Allah said he's still alive and that's the position of the majority of the Muslim scholars.

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And even as Salah said, who are high unit in the JAMA hearing Rama well Amma tomorrow Mana darrick

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Shafi scholar, great scholar, she said that the majority of the amount would say that he's still alive. And he is an Xander that I'm like this.

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And no, we mentioned something similar. No, no, we mentioned that about the masala and his study. Alhaji Rahim Allah

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was very furious about this. And a group of 100 Hadeeth wrote about Hadith. They said this is not acceptable. He is absolutely not true that he's alive. He doesn't have like, the people say that you would live until Isa comes.

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And people said that you will be among those who will fight the antimissile and the fall Messiah and Mr. JACK

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okay. Even some people said that he will be that young man who will walk to the former side to challenge him and he would say to him, I challenge you to kill me and he will not be able to kill somebody that doesn't call them

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and among them one of the few of them a Muslim Rahim Allah

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so going back to the point and why did him Allah said no, he could not be alive why he mentioned some evidence I don't know how strong his evidence are but like one of the things that he

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he mentioned that didn't be so solemn said la tabqa bad me

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and the visa solemn told his companion, after 100 years, there is no a single living human being will remain will die.

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After 100 years all all human, all people who lived in my time will be dead.

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Okay, so they said if a mother was alive, and he's a human being, he will be dead by that time.

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After 100 years, so impossible for him to live. But to be honest, this hadith is not very strong argument because due to my Georgia live and they are humans, and they are live since when. So that's not very argue. But one of the biggest, strongest

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argument of no pay you mentioned if there was alive, if uncovered was alive, and his human.

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That means he must What?

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Can you can you figure out how now those who said he never he would never die until the day

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yeah salam alayka life. The article

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They said if it is true that he is alive, he have must come to the province of Salaam to declare his Islam because of the visa Salam was was sent to everybody and in the visa Salam said if I'm alive Moosa will come and follow me. And when Isa comes in the end of the day, he will follow the journey of Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. That's right. So Allah took me up from all the prophets, if you ascend during the time, they will follow him. So if he was alive, if that claim is correct, he should have been among those who come to get better at Rasulullah sallallahu. It was verse Allah. And Allah says in the Quran, very clearly, he said, or marjana li Basha in umbilical.

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effa emit devo homolka de Dune.

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Allah said in the Quran, we have not made any human before you live forever

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if you die you think anyone else will live forever? That's a very clear evidence to show you that he can it's impossible to claim that they'll cover his living no or who you live for until the end of the days.

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And in

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law said

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you know what he was said about he was asked about this concept is alive and never die bla bla then he said it Nima alcohol shavon

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shavon give that idea the shape and play with some people's head and throw that on them. Otherwise there is no base to this. It's a shame Yeah. For even to be an opinion to say that he living forever. Salim Rahim Allah and he said he is alive. Parliament Allah Allah, Allah Musa. He said, Okay, go, go, go, go ask him. Who would know that he's alive? You you referring to something impossible to verify? That's right. It's like the Shia today with the side. We have five ambassadors are in constant contact with Maddie.

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Like Maddie, he is alive. And he might be one of you. I don't know, maybe Adam, you know, he lives in this century, in a shape of a young African American person. Yeah, that's what they say this is this is like that. So every generation, he comes in, he lives and take a shape of some man. And he walked in earth.

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Since the day he disappeared until the end of the day, and he communicate with humanity through five ambassadors. I'm not making this up, guys.

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Um, this is not something I invent. I was in DePaul University Chicago, listen to a lecture by a professor nor I still remember his name, a professor in physics.

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Okay. And he was saying this thing

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when it's taught, so after he finished, I came and I told him a Sonic and Professor node. And he said, Are you concerned?

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And I said,

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I want you to know. And also they believe that these five ambassadors only communicate with those who are known as Ayatollah, they cannot communicate with any person. If you Ayatollah, he talked to you.

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So it lost a standard deviation. Whoa, whoa, whoa, this is a lie that, that and you're on and this is the people that they can contact the fire ambassador. So I came to this professor note, I said, I'm already caught off.

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Guard. I said, Thank you very informative talk and stuff like that. And I give him the credit. He said, I'm not specialized, but no, one of our none of our mullahs was available. So I, I came to talk about the theology,

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very well educated person. And so I told him, congratulation.

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He said, Thank you and what I said, Your Ayatollah.

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He said, What? I said, I'm one of the five ambassador.

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So he looked at me he doesn't know what did react, like.

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And he said, Congratulation, you just became Ayatollah.

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Then he said, Oh, okay. I'm not saying that this is necessarily what is you should believe in. I'm just telling you what's in our books. I said, Now, I will not confirm it for you.

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He said, You joking, and, uh, with the most serious space I can ever have. I was very serious. I said, I'm not joking.

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I just came to tell you that you deserve to be one of them

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and from now on we're going to keep in touch

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then he said I got it he just told me that I got it I got your point

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i said i'm glad that you did

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as no way to verify that

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how what is it what does the ambassador was to do? turn his fingers to be like candlelight

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you know what was gonna be like candles

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to make sure that our ambassador said there's no way to verify the same thing.

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And even Tamia Rahim, Allah said he's dead and those who said that he lived forever is wrong. I have no favor to him. Allah rejected that uncut ohada Okay, and just for the record, even Timmy at one point in his life, he said

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according to some narration that he lived forever because I'll tell you why this was Kim. This is was some of the ultimate base their argument on and weak narrations okay?

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And there is narration narrated by Evan de here that he is alive. And these claim this the process I'm said that so that's why I said that. But in the Josie Rahim Allah said that all these narrations are fabricated, and he wrote a book it called a jell o gelatin mantova. Fish are highly alkaline. Okay, so be very careful from people come to you said had definitely harder and harder met me and told me this on that. And there is a there is people say that. Anyway, hear the story start from the middle, that Moses said to his

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servant, his servant here is you shall be known who's a prophet, as I told you before. And Moses said to him, that I will continue

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traveling until I reach to the area where the two seas meet each other's Some said that this is in Panda, tangent, there was a lie that day. And Morocco. And some said no, it is somewhere in Turkey. And what did the opinion that I think make more sense? It does where the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea kind of meet each other's or that the two seas of you know how the Red Sea split jumped to Alabama in that area where the sways and this area of Egypt like somewhere in Sinai, okay, we're to season each of those. That's some one of the opinions of the kind of good

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makes sense from a geographic point of view. Like that's where he lived that where he stayed.

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Anyway, so the story is simple. Allah give him I give him a sign. He said you take with you a hoot, hoot, it means a fish. And what it seems to be that this fish is a quite some of people said it is the big code the big the whale. And he has that strength as a prophet to carry and to grab this, but I don't I don't think this is very good art good. Because it was in a container in mactan in

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a container that like you know how that the picnic?

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What do you call the picnic bat when you come back and picnic picnic basket. Something similar to that like made of the same material. They used to have it when they travel. So it was in it.

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It couldn't be the small fish. No, it was a good sized fish because in one of the duration they were eating from it.

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So it's not only dead, the dead and

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dry fish when you put salt on it dried it out. So the eating from it. And a lot told him at one point. This will turn moose I was told that Moses told us not anyone else. You are still the sign is that this fish will go back to life. And you will it will leave you

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so when it comes back to live, didn't say preview when it comes back to life. This is the point where you're going to find they'll call the

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word the two C's meet each other because that's a huge area. So the travel and moosari Sarah the eighth half of the fish and someone relations that same part of it. And he went to

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sleep.

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Okay, and after that they walk but when musala salam was asleep and one of the ratio they were sleeping next to a rock and next to this rock

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There were a fountain water gushing out it called Matt will hire the water of life

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and that's where this idea some narration is fabricated narration that will have a drink drunk from that water which is made him alive and youth the word called youth my fountain of youth you know that today in some of these legends talk about it similar to that concept but anyway this there is nothing in the Hadith said that it whoever drink that hot or drained from it or anybody consumed from it but part of this water or it starts basically gushing and some of the water touch that dead fish and it went back to live jump out of that container and start moving on the shore died and lost sheep lushy I just imagine that something you ate from something already dead and start moving you

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know toward the water

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and who saw that you should have been known

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when you saw that it's just unbelievable to see that's their eyes on Java amazing and it is start moving and in one of the durations in the body that in became in the mud you know how the shore is not didn't jump yet inside the water but in that and it was like having a dig for itself kind of hole and it stayed there in the wet place with the mud. Anyway you just saw this but a shade been made him forget completely about

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even though it's an amazing thing, but to shoot on medium for God forgot about it completely forgot to mention it. So they traveled together. And Musa alayhis salam said

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to him, let us eat the rest of the fish.

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He said you remember when we rested? had an abacus the rock? That what happened? And I'm so sorry. We forgot about it.

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Question when our answered we forgot about

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who forgot Moosa or you should have been known. But why are answered, we forgot both of us forgot about it.

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Because Moosa for God, before he left to ask him about how's the fish is it still alive is still dead, it's still anything happened to the fish. So Moosa didn't check on the fish. And Lucia forgot to mention what happened to the fish. So when he said that to him, he said, let's go back for Ted de la, de la casa saw the wind back on following the same footsteps that they left by on the shore

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and the beach, and looking for the same area where the left that that that were the hot when they had the nap, or that rocket and when they reach their moose, so the fish

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died, he sold the fish on the, on the shore. So most of start following the fish, and the fish start walking. And here, there is no clarity. That was the fish outside that the fish came from inside the water. And some narration said that, but I don't know the authenticity of it. And most likely it's not authentic narration that every time this fish will go inside the water, whatever behind it, it will be a rock a solid path

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until you reach an island and that's what he found out. But this is I don't think it's an authentic what we have an authentic narration of Mojave and others that this led him to a rock and when the fish disappeared, he basically looked back and he saw next to the rock uncovered resting.

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And that would he met him and basically the detail of the story started.

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So I'll go over it. Just verse by verse, but when they reach to the junction between them, they forgot their fish. They forgot I told you why they and it took its course into the sea slipping away. Okay. And I said to you that the mirror that the sign was that this fish come back to life to show the mushrikeen the who listening to the story that a lot capable of resurrecting anything from debt. A lot of people deny resurrections and how kind of love is wrapped us up or we die. So last month I give them a real example of how a lot resurrected this fish from dead after some part of it even eaten. And after this, put a salt on it and dry it out but still

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I brought it back to life.

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And when, sir when they had passed beyond it, Moosa said to his boy, bring our morning meal. We have certainly suffered in this our journey, much of fatigue. It was like a hard traveling. So he told him, see, when we return basically took the nub of the rock. Indeed, I forgot their fish, the fish, and non made me forget it except chip on that I should mention it. And it took its course into the sea musingly it was something amazing. You might ask something so strange like this.

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How come he didn't mention?

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It doesn't happen every day. That's right.

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Some LMS said it's actually was not something very strange at that time to see this kind of miracle.

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At that time, Moosa display miracles greater than this

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in front of the children of Israel. So he thought it's one of these miracles that Musa

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he didn't think it's a big it's like the way he turned the the stick to be a snake you know, all these miracle that he has with the federal oh and and Pharaohs, and how the water is split in front. So he thought this is one of most America, not a big deal. I'm sure Moosa knows about it. That's why he didn't ship on keep it make him forget about it. Some said no, actually ship I'm blocked his memory from it. And the last one Donna knows. The point is that he forgot to mention it to Moosa.

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And they basically Moses said, that's what we were seeking for this fish to go back to life. So they returned following their footprints. And this is, so they will know exactly where to go back. And he said, and they found servant from among our servants, to whom we had given Mercy from Us, and had taught him from us a certain knowledge.

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Camilla Donna elmen,

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a servant referring to musala to L. However, as a lot refer also to Mohammed as a servant Subhana ledi as Robbie Abdi laina, some hanon the one who

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took his servant Mohammed and the journey of an Israelite one now locked.

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And anyway, this mercy that Allah gave it to him, said it's the prophethood

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Okay, it's the Prophet said the mercy is that he lives very long live without being affected by age.

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Like he live and he kept his strength, all his life and Urban ambassade the mercy was that Allah gave him and was the knowledge is that a lot of giving him

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the ability to no part of the unseen of the future. One thing also been said I thought it's very unique to mention and to end with it, that

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at the mercy that Allah have given him You know what?

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And no Kanna, female zelena and Enos. Yeah. Do you know what that really

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allows mercy on him, that he made him live independently. People need him, but he doesn't need anyone

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has a great grandmother, the law make you a person that you do need others in order to need other people to? You don't depend on others while others depend on you. If you have that this is very, this is our Rahman Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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analyst panatela give him from him and knowledge. And this is something a child law. We can continue discussing next week.