Tafseer of Surah Al Kahf 25

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Sarah move the head until when they boarded a boat he sliced it by removing one of its planks. He was silent slam said did you slice it to drown its people? In fact, you have done a terrible act. He said Did I not say that you can never bear with me patiently. He musala Islam said do not hold me what punishable for what I forgot, and do not make my course too difficult for me. So they moved ahead until when they met a boy and he killed him. He said, Did you not? Did you kill an innocent soul while he did? Well, he did not kill anyone. You have committed a heinous act indeed. He said Did I not tell you that you could never bear with me patiently?

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He musalla Sam said if I asked you about something after this, do not allow me your company, you have now reached a point where you have a valid excuse to part with me from my own side. Then they moved ahead until they came to the people of a town. They asked us people for food and they refused to host them. Then they found their while tending to fall down. So he's so he said it right? And he was said I said I'm said if you wished you could have charged a fee for this. And he said here is the point of parting ways between me and you. I shall now explain to you the reality of things about what you could not remain patient.

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So last, last class we had we talked about how musala is Sam was in Germany with his servant, you shall be noon was a young boy who took him with him.

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And later on you shall be known became a prophet

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from Allah subhana wa Tada. Anyway, from now on, this young man you shall be known will never be mentioned in the story. You will never heard anything about him. And the reason for that there is because there is nothing really related to him. Did he leave them that he joined them in the journey both are possible, both possibilities are basically could be could be he was with them. But the love didn't mention anything about him because he's irrelevant to the story.

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And that's odd as a many times they keep saying a Koran is not a history book. It's a book of guidance. So it only focused on the thing that guide us. Okay, not the detailed description of everything happened. Then I lost after Musashi said I'm travel this long distance far away, where the two receipts meet each other. And he basically the last the fish that it was with them, and became a very unique thing of fish come back to life after some of the ratio of the eight part of it jumped out, come back to life, jump out of the container, walk itself through the mud to the sea. And he said that's it. He looked everywhere and he found the other somewhere next to a rock sitting.

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Then he knew at that time that this is the man that the last panatela ordered him to go and to be basically in his company. Anybody remember why I'll cover actually took this journey? Why I'll cover was looking for sorry Why Moosa took this journey. Why Musa was looking for 100 First of all, anybody remember?

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Yeah, Moses said that he is the most knowledgeable person than Allah subhanaw taala told them No, you're not. There is someone who know my servant, who have more knowledge than you. Then immediately. He didn't say when Musashi Salam was arrogant when he said I am the most knowledgeable person

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Period me. If Musashi Salam was arrogant when he said that statement, what would be his reaction when he was told there is someone who has more knowledge than you?

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He would say What? Who cares? No way.

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No way. Who cares? That's right. That's an arrogant person's attitude. But he didn't he did in Europe show me I will go be his servant.

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Yep, show me so I will go learn from him. So the statement that he said that I'm most knowledgeable, didn't come out of arrogant hashoah kelenic MBR la salatu salam, then MBR mahkamah home, their honor, and their status is free from having such evil qualities. So he went immediately. And he basically took this long journey to meet this man. And when he met him, and they get to know him, he gave him a condition he said if you would go with me, he said I don't think you have patient for it.

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He said no, don't worry, you will find me very patient person with you. He said how can you have patient about something that you have no knowledge of?

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No worry, I will be patient that he said if that's the case, you cannot ask me any question about anything I do. Unless I tell you why I did that. I explained the reason for you deal. They said a deal

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then we'll call answered immediately from Tanaka takim it means yeah and immediately the journey start

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and

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a impella means what he translates and bilotta so they set out okay and impella the opposite of tide which is holding so basically they were set out they will basically move quickly. And the Hadith explained a little bit of details of the story the process Solomon said so they both start walking beside the shore of the sea. If you have no ship

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then a shed pass by them they wave to them and they asked them if they could join them and let them carry them from one side to the other. Okay the people of the ship immediately recognize

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and they know how noble righteous person he is. For hammer luminor Irina one

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they said we will carry you free we don't want from you any money even though this is like hiring you know fairy looks like a fairy up fee for that is they said no, we know how and we will give you free right then when we get into the ship musalla is Solomon and other. So bird you know how whenever you have in a boat always there is bird comes this right. So this bird come for nakara Nakata and our Nakata initial depth is basically a

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peek inside the water once or twice. Then Hubbard looked at moose and he said, careful the message that they're sending, he said to him, man, aka salmon ilmi, well, McAfee Mila, that if you compare the knowledge that you have, and I have both of us together to the knowledge of Allah subhana wa Tada. It will be exactly like the amount of water that stuck to the peak of the bird when it dipped, it's it's beacon beside the water. So when you dip their toe into the water come out how much the ocean will lose or how much the sea will lose? Nothing, no comparison is that's how it is.

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Then in a little bit of other went to one of the the boards and the ship or he basically he removed one of them out. He made a hole in it.

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Then moosari sam immediately said to him, he was very curious, what would he do that? And he said to him

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Have you turn it open to drown its people shuffle Madhava Jamil, he said, You made this whole on the ship. So the people will drown. Musashi Salam was worried about the people not himself, not another. He was worried about those people who have done good to us, then you cause them to die. You cause them to maybe me and you must follow protect us. But what about them for Kenya?

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He said Lee to Rica.

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And that's an early mcaloon Stefan misting carry, he objecting to what he does.

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Why? Because what he did is m ra

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Yeah, and Emma, kinda Mujahid moon Cara evil deed.

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waka Qatada, one of the other skulls of the tab insert column in raw algebra. So strange. Why would you do that to people carry you for free and often treated you well. And you know that the might drum because when you make this haul the water keep coming, keep coming. And somehow at one point the ship will sink, even if it doesn't sink now, later on it will sink.

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So that's why he was very curious and very surprised by what I'll cover that.

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But again, you remember the condition he is not supposed to ask? And he told him immediately I told you will not be patient with me. Then he said, Don't hold me accountable for what I have done. unintentionally, I would like I forgot. Basically he said, Do not blame me for what I forgot. And do not cover me in my matter with difficulty. So here he forgot the promise that is basically he made to other Allah he said I'm tired Palin w sallallahu alayhi wa sallam candidate in udom in Moosa Luciana, and he sincerely forgot.

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The first time he objected, is sincerely for a god caught up in a battle. They allow that.

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He said, Don't hold me accountable for what I forgot. Okay? Because if I did this intentionally, while I'm aware of it, you may be holding me accountable for it. But since I forgot, you know, we excuse those who forgot things. And that's a very good lessons we learned from this. If somebody says, Sorry, I forgot. I forgot. That's an excuse. That's a valid excuse for someone who would say that to you.

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Anyway,

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he said,

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Don't blame me. For what I forgot.

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Listen carefully. For what I forgot.

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Did he use forgetting as an excuse?

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So my question

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if he did, why would he say Don't blame me?

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Or he said lot to me, don't punish me.

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Blame maybe not the best way. He said not to act. Don't hold me accountable.

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I'll say my question again. Did he use forgotten? Hey, frog Nishan as an excuse?

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No, actually, he asked for forgiveness from him. If he used forgotten as excuse he said to him,

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Hey, I forgot you have no right to hold me accountable for it.

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So he admitted that he made a mistake. But he signed that I forgot. So please don't punish me for what I forgot about any other mission, while he said at Darby mission, as if you say, I deserve

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to be departed, you depart from me, I deserve that. Because I break the condition. But I want you to forgive me.

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Even though forgotten is not a you you made a condition and he forgot that's my problem. But I'm asking you to forgive me. And I'm saying this because sometimes, you know, people say I forgot. And they don't feel any sense of responsibility.

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You know, you tell if for example, I tell them how much you know, please prepare for the class and bring for example the microphone.

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Then he come to minister I forgot.

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And he doesn't feel any sense of guilt. That means he taking the forgetting as an excuse in itself and he feels that he free from responsibility. But that's not what Moses saying. He said I you have the right to be angry. You have the right to leave me but I asked you to forgive me because I sincerely for God had a higher Philip deaf and

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that's a very, very delicate is a very unique way of saying sorry, admitting your mistakes first before you put your excuses.

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So whenever you make a mistake with someone before you make excuse, ask for forgiveness. Ask for

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The person to burden you for the mistake that you don't then the set up to keep continuing going.

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And but this mistype was a strange, the very what happened next is unbelievable what happened next. And

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when it says then the went together it means what?

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It gives you an indication that what that will have already accepted his apology and forgive him That's right. But Quran doesn't dwell on the details so they go keep going.

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And he passed by a young boy.

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And we'll see that as the debate over this. Was he a young boy didn't reach the age of puberty or not.

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And assignment upon him of a city in the strongest opinion among the city that he didn't reach the age of puberty yet. He was just a young boy. Because the word who lamb the word Rila lamb in Arabic language, usually usually most of the time the leader of dialogue can refer to a child okay. And in Nabi sallallahu Sallam said, fellow under who add the rock, Danny Adra caribou, Otto haka, Houma. peruviana waka for if you reach the age of puberty, the process of them said he would cause a great deal of suffering and hardship to his parents are reported by Muslim unfillable haruo Muslim from palaka either hood amonia llama alcohol man and Buhari a Muslim he found a boy playing with the kid

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with it with boys that give you an indication they playing in the street and given that there is not yet it is not an adult. Okay, so all these like indication that shows you that this young boy didn't reach the age of puberty yet. But there is other opinion reported by an ambassador they allow I'm no he was an adult who was actually a young man.

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And his father came and he basically striked him and killed him.

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columna bass, who Akana Rajan yokkao Perea he was a highway robbery who is a person who used to rob people and they're while they're traveling, and he used to cause terror in the in the in the in the village and he used to be like, what we call today a gang member

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who hurt people

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and how that came and he killed him

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well I'm Allahu la mechanic half era.

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And nobody saw Salim said, because the process of them said he was a Kaffir. The those who took the opinion that is an adult said you cannot tell a boy a Kaffir or a believer.

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That's right. So this description as this title as a Kaffir means it is an adult. That's what led some of the older man to say that

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analog sometimes prefer to refer to a hula lamb, the word hula as an adult as a person who reached

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the age of puberty and young man shefa homina de la vida de la de Bihar, vous La Moneda has l Kanata sabaha.

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This is in the famous poetry. If he showed late at earlier, he would either has Kanata Sapa any a person when he shake his spear, okay, he will quench the thirst of blood. It's a very metaphor talk like his spirits, so thirsty for blood. So when he shake it, he will quench his thirst because he will immediately basically use it to kill someone and use the spirit in the most effective way. Anyway.

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He came to this day regardless as young man or adult that he came and then durations give you different detailed descriptions. It's a little bit too graphic and aggressive descriptions. One of them he said, he basically pull his his heads off, like cut his head off

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and in another duration Hmm.

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He in another generation has he slaughtered basically

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chop his head off. Okay. And another integration for other hearts. That will be harder. He had to move the big rock. Some of the LMS said he had to him first. Then he basically cut it off. Then he carry it away. When you throw it away, said he is very very aggressive Why? That's what the political be said. Maybe these three narration is describing the stages. That's

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No doubt that see how aggressive the the killing in itself is so aggressive. That's right so terrifying

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any killing just an especially if it's a boy. It's very aggressive to kill him this unbelievable white. You know it is horrifying. So musala is Sara, when he saw that he became so absolutely furious furious, so angry, and he said a cartel 10 f send zakia

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Tilton upset and Epson Zakir

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Bihari laughs a pure saw. And that's again show you that this not

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an adult. And that's what I believe this was a boy. Okay? And he was very angry. He said, for no reason be valued enough. And even this person didn't kill anyone. And you just kill them for no reason.

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A pure saw

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Zach yell at them to the nip as any assault that did not commit a senior. Because if you're a child, you're not held accountable for anything. And outfile took them Hashanah to mala took the

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kids, they get all the rewards, but they don't get any sense.

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Any kid and

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then he said, look at Cheyenne. What? New Corolla. He said, You have done

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an evil act.

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Something known to be so wrong.

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Very nuclear is a very, very strong word. Which it means something absolutely unacceptable comes from the mooncup an evil.

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Why?

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Why? In the beginning he said Mr. Something strange, something unacceptable. But here he said it's absolutely evil. So the second one is more stronger. That's right. His objection is much stronger than the first can tell him. Can somebody tell me why

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he felt this is absolutely wrong. Why this time is absolutely wrong.

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Because the first one can do Malvina to

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the first one the hall could lead could lead to the drowning of some people in the ship, and they could survive. So the diet the death was not as absolute. But this one it's absolute. He just killed them out in front of him.

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Number two, what he did, he basically destroyed the the property of someone.

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But now he killed the child of someone which one is worse.

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I saw his reaction was absolutely strong, much stronger than the first one.

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Because the ship exam actually said the ship can be fixed.

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But how can you fix this boy after killing him? unfixable

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some of a serene said the opposite, said m ra is higher than nohcra. And that's not a very strong argument. Not strong linguistically nor make no sense why? They said because the first one can cause and lead to the death of many while the next one is only the death of one but that's not very good argue but just it's it's out there some of the lesson that caught up we'll look at in a calendar stop. Am I sorry, I didn't until you will never be able to patient.

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I will read the ball. And the first one he said

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in the car. He said

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I'm awkward in the calendar Stata ma sobre. Here he said, Adam, Aqua laka in the calendar study is over. And the second one he add the word lack. Didn't I tell you?

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In the first one Didn't I say you will not be able to be patient. He said Didn't I tell you you will not be able you. Now he became more aggressive and harder against him. He can take that, you know breaking his promises every time.

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Okay.

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So, the first time I'll have an adult want to confront Moosa, he said, didn't I say you can be patient. Now he became like directed the speech.

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To me luck Did I say to you,

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you will not be able to be patient with me. Because this is different cheriya this is different he coming from completely different perspective Musashi am says you cannot kill someone without valid excuse. He doesn't he couldn't understand why would someone do like that? Well who now Moosa is to hear phila

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when he said this to him I'm told you it may be so solemn said he feels shy

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for the sake of Allah subhana wa tada he couldn't have any answer it doesn't have like for God My mother is no class for God once on Dana gun he couldn't make an excuse for himself. Then he said

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what is must be said he said last tests

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Give me one more time.

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Famously Khurana tulta tapped an age of the said the third one is the

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the absolute one. Okay, and if I give me three chances after that there is no more chance.

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Then he said, hallows if I do anything like this again, you are excuse to leave.

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And if you notice, he didn't ask for forgiveness.

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Not like the first one. The first one he said Forgive me lead to acne. And the second one he didn't ask for forgiveness. Because he has no excuse. No reason for it. Okay. And that's what the covered have warning for mechanical in any car with Danya to Sherpa. The second one was a condition between both of them okay.

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Then they they basically they set up until when they come to people of town. How would I ns filopodia

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very stingy

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Oh my god. Stingy people are like weird man. You're calling nope am Rahim Allah ashpan NASA bahala ye issued a shuttle Pokhara

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Lavinia

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What a loser. You live in the dunya like maclear poor and in the era you judge like rich you know the said that is a guy who's so stingy was drowning in the water and the sea. So they reached out to him to get him out of his drowning

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cell and

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so the guy said Give me your hand so immediately he pulled back because he heard the word give me

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yeah so the other guy he knew him he said I know how to get him out how he said take my hands like that's what it does.

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Yeah. I also tell the story of a man who was so stingy somebody purchased something from his grocery store. And when he gave him the Durham

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the Durham run away falling down and start rolling and get into the gutter and he did last he was so overwhelmed by losing that club that it like that Dom tiny dot and he fainted.

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So that people tried to wake him up to a gun you know, one of the way to wake someone up was painted. I'm not sure the turbo selector shot. This is as any base and where I came from. They take an onion and they break the onion and they let them smell the onions and they wake up is this any base for that?

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Has what

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okay

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yeah, I know that's why it's also make you cry.

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Yeah.

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That's the only thing making me cry on my house.

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So anyway, they got one onion, broke the onion. They give it to him and he said What happened? They said you lost the deal. And you fainted. Then we got this onion and we will wake you up by smells. What do you got it from? They said from your store he fainted again.

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so stingy people are amazing, you know is really terrible thing. So those people are very stingy to the extent and trivia Juan, Yanni. It's unimaginable. And that's what made me so angry at those people

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at a Korea

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the whole entire village, not a single one of them willing to host the guest. Can you imagine there is 123 homes, houses, any members in the community but the whole entire community is stingy. That's something so bad. So

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Evil.

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Okay. It's really and I want you to keep this in your memory, Korea village, that small village, the word pirate means small village. Keep that description in your memory, okay? In your short memory. Okay? Then he said, because they are very stingy, they are not hospitable people, and they asked them for food didn't even offer food they asked for about you the former, they refuse to give them any kind of hospitality.

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And that shows you that hospitality and offering food to the people who need it, especially traveler is something known for a very long time in the history to be a good quality.

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Anyway, then the service dog this wall,

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which is tended, tilted, tilting, basically about to fall.

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So, immediately ilhabela said to Musa Come, let's fix it. And they fix it and they make it straight and they make it strong.

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Then musala ceram said, You should have asked for from them to pay you back. Since they are so stingy, they don't do anything like for free. We shouldn't do also this for free for them. Maybe we should give us money at food at least in return.

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And this is if you notice is not an objection. As Rahim Allah said it just a suggestion.

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That's what the autopia Rahim Allah said. But in APA, which is a great scholar of tafsir said no, it was actually an IT suggestions. But it entail that sense of objection as if he's saying, you know what, you should have not done this, you should have done that. tarak tell Ola and he didn't do that the best option which is to charge them for that to teach them a lesson. And because of this, because of this allow the rally Sam consider the tea broke the promise hollows

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because he didn't forget there is no excuse for him he made a condition upon him that he asked anything else he will be basically this journey will come to an end. And now visa Salam said, May Allah forgive mostly I wish that he was patient a little bit more to know more of the story of a car that I know learn more from this incident. Then he said this is the dish that we depart from each others.

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And I will teach you

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about all this what happened between us by the way, this verse for what it is he had the data you read it and

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they found basically in this village

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Let me see how he translate that exactly. So they refused to offer them hospitality and they found they're in a wall about to collapse. So I'll have it restored it

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not about to collapse, want to collapse.

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So the verse in the Quran, the wall wants to collapse, you read it and

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so this is the most famous verse that some scholar use to prove that there is something called majestic or iron metaphor in the Quran

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This is the biggest evidence that they have this is the number one such example that they bring

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they said because the wall has no irata the wall has no

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it doesn't want you know it's so this is a metaphor as of the wall like a human being have the intention or want to collapse Okay, so they said that's a metaphor because it's impossible to be real.

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And some amount of humans a lot deny the concept of metaphor and the poor are completely they said there is no money for encore and some of them went farther to said that isn't in a metaphor in Arabic language completely can be as hard as it is for any Abubakar I've been Mohammed bin Ross Barney and others and Chalice lambin Tamia Rahim Allah no pay em Rahim Allah, they are very strict about they said there is no such thing as called metaphor in the Quran. There is maybe to be or there is to be the said, which is we call it in English.

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No

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resembling like there is a word that we use in

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knowledge

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All this work but there's a word I have it you guys when you start talking I forgot what it was it

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you have the metaphor and

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what the other word

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no metaphor What's another word for a metaphor?

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No

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none of this there's nothing

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to be

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like what do you say? He's like a lion no no

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okay it will come just just not coming into my head right now. Anyway so the metaphor they said that there's no metaphor in Arabic language completely and there are very few but there's channel sabarimala specifically for it no claim against metaphor in the Quran and in the Hadith and English the dean can share Mushaf de Rosa Rahim Allah, Masha Allah Islam they have been has been

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in this area have been Tamia sounds like it's been hasn't been hasn't deny a concept in Sharia it called PS analogy. He said PS analogy is not a source is not a is not existing [???]tier so shama takasaki, is to say, Evan hasn't denied PS with PS. And he denied analogy using analogy. And he said even damia deny a metaphor with metaphor. Yeah, and he contradicted himself. And to be honest with you, I found checker this time potamia Rahim Allah agreed in many places in my own research. If nobody at all was quoted him in Tamia, there is no majority, he has some statement to deny the majority. But I also personally found even taymiyah used and approved the existence of majestic

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metaphor in many of his books. And I can reference just one of them I consider is the best reference in this area. And on my favorite reference, or passage that I teach from when I teach this concept. It is in his book at rissalah. Hill madonia. Misha Stan potamia Rahim Allah, he has said about metaphor, what I think is the bottom line on this subject. In a way we're not going to go into details, but among the most said, there is no metaphor in the Koran specifically I show Kenya Rahim Allah, some said, No, there is no metaphor. When it comes to Allah attributes and names. That's it.

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You cannot say when Allah tala, for example said that he has a face or he has a hand, you don't say it's a metaphor, oh, it means power. That's unacceptable. But metaphor in outside the last panel data because if you open this door, you're going to end by saying Allah's existence, it is a metaphor.

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And if you talk about not only a lot, the unseen in general, everything metaphor became problem. That's why you have the bar pollinia reached to the level that they said everything is a metaphor, even there is no agenda. There is no Hellfire, there is nothing real. Everything, it is just a metaphor.

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So the close this door Anyway,

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I'm not going to go into the details of images. That's not the right setting for it. But I want to say the argue that even Tamia used and those who deny metaphor, they said, why you have to say that Eldar the wall has no irata has it because the client said it wants to collapse. He said, What's wrong with that?

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Because you're going to say Oh, but the wall cannot process well.

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Then I'm going to tell you Who told you that?

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Who said that the wall cannot process? Well, he said common sense. That's your sense, not my sense.

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question. Does the wall speaks.

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You will say no. Does rock speaks and talk you will say no, he'll say that's not true. I was certain that Allah says in the Quran, it doesn't say that it does in Zaha Hadid. Cada vaca inside omada Yama in an era that Earth and stones and walls will speaks

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and will talk

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Allah said image chain in life suddenly he'll be hemmed in everything making disappear even that wall making the spear glorifying Allah

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then he will argue with this he will say that this is his argue said yes according to what we know that but we don't know everything. What it appears to us that these are dead things have no well have no but in reality, what's the reality of this creation? Our last one that I made them is completely different way. That's why in the end, the process of them said I know rock every

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Time a pass by, it used to give me set up

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there in the process of I'm here, the trunk of a tree crying, and he hugged it

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does the trunk of the tree have a feeling?

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So even Timmy is arguing on his camp, we'll use this evidence to tell you that there is no need for us to say this is a metaphor.

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We say that's how the Arab speaks. There is another issue the said, metaphor is what is to use the word. Female am you by law who loves the US law? It's use the word to refer to something other than what this description originally made for. So for example, the site

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the who believe in metaphor, they said an Arabic language and he said, I saw a lion fighting

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in the battle.

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What do you mean by line? Night A brave soldier? That's right. So they said, you use the word line to the animal to refer to an human being, which is not originally what this line or the word line meant for? Because there is a common thing between the mooches bravery.

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Does that make sense? Makes sense. So the Campo deny metaphor, he said, Who told you

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that the lion

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Who told you that the word line originally made for the line?

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Maybe it's reference bravery, then it was used to the line.

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You don't have any proof for that you cannot prove the other way around.

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And the sad.

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And one of their argument, they will tell you, when a lot talk to Adam Smith.

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When a lot told Adam and as Matt, what Adam was told, was taught and the heavens taught the concepts.

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bravery, honesty, he knows what that means. These meanings alike give him the ability to have war to describe these meanings. While the angels do not have the ability to have meaning to describe these are words describe this meanings. And they said languages is made of concept before it was made of the words.

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That's why kids understand concept, then they start understanding words.

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So that will take us to a very philosopher called debate. It's very interesting, any, but it's not from the Tafseer. That's why I don't want to drag on too much. But it's it's that I want you to be aware of the argue of those who said that is kind of No, they don't believe metaphor, because sometimes when you hear that, no, my dad's football on. Some people think that this is nonsense. And actually, it's an opinion and that's a very good valid argument, in my opinion, and in a very strong point. And they're basically in their position. I don't believe in that position, because I do believe in the majority of the amount and the Balala that there is a majority is a metaphor, but

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this majaz has to be basically has certain conditions to meet and that what you will see it in that

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book by Evan Tamia Rahim, Allah Salah madonia, he mentioned five different five conditions for this majeste to be accepted. Even Tamia will say we don't call it majaz. We call it sluman SLE biloela. That's how the Arabic languages. I don't probably call it that's, that's how it is. That's how the metaphor I think it's in the end of the day, enough lovely filler paper.

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In the end,

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I was very excited about the next part of the talk, because I really spend a quiet time today, looking at the lessons that we can learn from the story. And I came up with about 17 lessons. And I really looking forward to share to the open shell on next week when we talk about the rest of the story and we end the story then we start talking about

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Next week, we'll start talking about shell law automate.

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And it's amazing how the story of muslin however, came before the story of the codename. You remember the whole story of soldier calf that he asked questions and these questions given to Christ by the Jews. That's right. And they asked, they never asked him about it.

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But a lot broader because he want to tell the Jews who tell him what he should have asked him about the one who related to you. Or ask about the Quran has nothing to do with God. You

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Then Allah subhanaw taala put the story of uncover before the story of the incarnate earlier method. Because the story of another masa it's about a man who traveled the world to seek knowledge. While the other one travel the world for Jihad for capital for fighting an illness higher than anything else. That's why can't first

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can before they'll coordinate. There's a lot of also great stories and great lessons we're going to learn from the story of the Carnegie shallot era.