Waleed Basyouni – Tafseer of Surah Al Kahf 27

Waleed Basyouni
AI: Summary © The transcript describes a group of people traveling to a mountain region to create a barrier and create iron sheets using metal and iron. The group uses a "arson tree" tool to create the necessary structures and eventually arrives at a fire warehouse where workers use trunks and metal to create the walls and foundation. The group also uses a tool called "arson tree" to create iron sheets and a wall.
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these are verses from 83 to 89 profit they asked you about Volker name, say I will tell you something about him. We established his power in the land and gave him the means to achieve everything. He traveled on a certain road. Then when he came to the setting of the sun, he found it setting into a mighty spring. Nearby he found some people and we said the lucara name you may choose which of them to punish or show kindness to, he answered, we shall punish those who have done evil and when they have when they are returned to their Lord, He will punish them even more severely. While those who believed and did good deeds will have the best of rewards, we shall command them to

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do what is easy for them. He traveled on Milan hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Ali or Sahaba woman robot. here Allah subhanaw taala telling us the story of the codename after he taught who basically traveled the world as a great king, spreading his kingdom controlling that

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the world the known world and his time, after mentioning the story of Musa alayhis salaam who also travel a long distance, but for the sake of learning and the sake of

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and Mr. humulus said, mentioning the story of Moosa and other before the story of the car name, even though he never was asked about the story of whether he was asked about the car name. But he mentioned the story of Musa before they'll call the name to show you the superiority of knowledge over Kingdom over power, the real power and knowledge and the story of Musa is higher in higher level than the story of the codename because it's about learning and knowledge and seeking knowledge. While this one it's about spreading. Yes, truth and power over the earth.

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The people of Quraysh asked the prophets of Salaam about the name, how the people of Quraysh know about their karma and the Jews asked them to ask the prophets alongside them about our rule the Saul about little cullinane about the people of the cave. And Allah Subhana Allah answered them and sort of the calf in relation to Dale Carnegie and the people of the cave. As for Allah answered in the surah, Al is Surah

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say Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah said, Yes, aluna they ask you, okay?

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But when it comes to Moosa another Listen carefully, when it comes to the Muslim COVID Allah told us they didn't say they asked you about masala color, but obviously because they never asked, but here Allah Subhana Allah even when they asked him about the people of gaff was not started with this Allah NACA here started this aroona car and the car name the asking about the car name is to give a hand to tell the Jews you are asking about the car nine you should have asked about Moosa who is part of your religion. If there is anything you should ask about. It shouldn't be the story of Musa because he's from your religion. You're more familiar with his stories than anyone else.

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And because the lessons from the story of Moses is too many of them cover too many comparing to the lessons.

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From what from the corner and that's why if you're going to see the story of the currency very short,

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versus the lengthy story of added calf, and the muslin cutter, it's way longer than the story of the carny. Because the asking and the putting so much emphasis on it, Allah subhanaw taala, as if you telling them, there is no much benefit of

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your story as much as you will benefit from the story of Musa alayhis salam.

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Also, it shows you that those people their question was not for the sake of hidayah. Anyone they said yeah Moosa, tell us about the story of the coordinate. Not because seeking guidance, seeking a bar seeking lessons seeking thing that can be can benefit from it from the story of the nine. If they were seeking lessons and guidance, they should have asked about Musashi Salaam who was related to them. And because he related to Mohammed Salah more than the Quran and related to the prophets, Allah, Allah, their question was examining and trying to embarrass the prophets of Salaam. They have doubt about the prophethood of Mohammed Salam. And the thought through this question, we will expose

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam also I like how the verb is a continuously a verb of continuously like yes, I know that they asking you with IMG

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that makes you feel that so excited mix you feel that that like Oh, we got it like we now we got the question that gonna show that Mohammed Hassan knows nothing about yet he's not a prophet. And also it shows you that as of the Ask the process of them several times. That's right. Yes aluna case and he as if it's repeated. Then Allah Subhana Allah calm them down. So at Lu alikum Minh, who the camera

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I will basically the answer came from Allah Subhana Allah and amazing way, say, I will recite to you about him. Vicarage, vicara, they translated what it says a report that I translated it.

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I will tell you something about him. That's the problem with translation. It doesn't give you full meaning. What's the crock means?

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What's the clock?

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Come on.

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Abra lessons.

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Also the current memory, memory of story of things happen in the past. That's right. But to Arab usually refer to decra to the memory that there is benefit in it. So last month, I said I will tell you from the story of our name, what is beneficial to you. Why because on is not a history book to talk about the life of kings and, and because his life as a king

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has so many things like from the way the time he was born until he became a king, you know, and all the battles and all the things that's not important. Quran doesn't care for these details. That's why I lost it I will only tell you from his life story, what's considered lesson what's considered vicara what's considered Emperor

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and the Kra key the new Kira

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air lesson, a lesson that tell you is not going to tell you much just a little bit something about him that it will benefit you.

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Remember, when the people of the cave what Allah said about them?

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Did they say they cannot?

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Na na na na, la Canada home bill.

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We tell you the story of the people of the cave in the in the computer give me give the whole entire story.

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Because that's full of story but the story of kings are not all necessarily to be something that you will benefit from.

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And also the car name lived a long life lived different type of lives. And he had so many things that he involved in peace war traveling and all the weird thing that he saw and witnessed and is traveling and expose to whose little car name what's the car name? Okay, the word little card name. Indeed, we established a little car name.

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What's the car name? Where this name came from? Car name. It means horns. That's right. that some people said that

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or allowed up the site. Anything like like in the horn where it grows in

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This part of the head that's right. So that's why if you braid your hair to braid a lot of the call this cotton because it's in the same place. So your two when woman have two braids like this, or a man in the old days make two braids, the cut he his little car name

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Yeah, and he has two carbon two horns, but it's not actual horn. He's not a devil or God, you know, he's just hair. So some said because he had to have Dr. Tan to braids and that's why he was called the name some set know the little car name. It's because when he started his life and tried to give dollar to his people in the beginning of his life, the beat him up on his car name in his head in these two areas. And these basically kind of because of the heading, they became swollen a little bit so he became looks like someone has to hoard lumps. Okay, so the column they'll put a name and because of that

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some said no as actually

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he come he got this one lumps on the one side, then they hit him and the other side the other lumps come and he died then a lot is erupted. And again. So after that, they said oh lord is rotted the one with the two lumps that like the two horns. But there's no proof for that. Also, they said Karna in the two horns because he controlled Persia and Rome, Europe and Asia.

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And this like to the two horns of the world, okay. Some said no, because he traveled to the east and to the west. Same thing very similar to the one before. And some sad.

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Actually, the word problem comes from pardon, it means century. Also, how your own carny, the best of generation is my generation. So target mean, this generation, essentially were a generation left. They said because he lived two generations, he lived long life and he witness to gender so that they were

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the one who lived and he witnessed two different generations. Okay. And some said no, as a matter of fact, he had metal pieces in his head. Okay, and when people see him from a distance, shine, and it looks like someone has horns because he has actual little pieces of metals in his hat. Last pilot, Allah knows best we really don't know where all these if these like

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opinions based on the most what it seems to be, linguistically make more sense is the one that has two braids of hair. That will be sometimes the roller on their heads like this, sometimes just let them decide. So that's linguistically is the strongest opinion in my opinion, Allah knows best

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Mujahid said

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the one who were able to rule the world or four kings in history to believers and to disbelievers. The two believers were silly man and they'll coordinate and the two disbeliever were booked and I saw and Nimrod Eben can an

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booked on Assad is the great billion Babylon, the king of Babylon, Babylon. And in the mood the king in the time of Ibrahim Ali is set up anyway.

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Sometimes said zero or nine was a profit. Some people suggested that nine was a profit. And it doesn't seem to be a profit at all.

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As added on the Allahu anhu said he was not a prophet. He was not an angel because some people said he's an angel actually. He's not a prophet. He's he was not a prophet. He was not an angel. He was a servant of Allah loved Allah and Allah loved him. He was sincere with Allah on a lower sincere with him.

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Okay, those who said

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that he was a prophet, because Allah said in the Quran for oni oni yada carnie we told him, there are nine, this and that.

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So because Allah spoke to him, it means he's a prophet. But that doesn't mean necessarily that Allah spoke him directly the way he doesn't speak to him with the message. What make your profit when the law speak to you with a message, okay with a Sharia with a law with that

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We'll send you the book. That's why when Allah Subhana Allah said to the children of Israel, we're calling Allah comedonal Baba So, Jeddah we told the children of Israel enter the door while they may constitute well calling Allah home, la Tata doofus cept. We told them dawn, transgressing the Sabbath,

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while hyena in our only Moosa were revealed to the mother of Moses didn't make all those people, prophets and messenger, because Allah told them something.

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What kind of king he was, we really don't know. And I'm not gonna go into the details of how the interpreter of the Koran demo facility went in so much details that sometimes you surprise Why all this? Some said he was at a purging King. Some said he was

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Egyptian one of the pharaohs, the great Pharaohs, some said he was a Greek. Some said he was a Roman King. Okay. And there is no benefit from all this. I'm not going to go into the details and evidence of each opinion. But all this been said. Some people said he's the great. He's Alexander the Great. He's Alexander the Great. So many people said that. And he said his assistant was the famous philosopher, Aristotle, what would you call him? Hmm. Or Aristotle.

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He said, this is what's his assistance. And that's where he gets his wisdom from. But that's absolutely false. airstar was not a person off to heat. He was one who was emotionally quite funny. He was not a believer at all. So he cannot be that meant as well as Alexander the Great. He was known or not known as a person of piety, or even a faith of believing in God, a chef of the standard Rahim Allah, tada, that's absolutely false. Because would you need the story in the history of Alexander the Great, you will definitely know that he came in completely different errors.

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And been assured said something very strange is a great professor. But sometimes people come with strange things, even they are great people. And when Ashley said he was a Chinese, a Chinese King, and he is the one who built

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the Great Wall of China.

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Okay. And basically,

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he said that this is the Great Wall of China is the king of he is that King, the Chinese King, the Great Wall of China cannot be that wall that Allah spoke about in the Quran.

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for a simple reason, for a very simple reason.

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Just look at the picture, Google the grid or China, look at the picture of the wall, you will know that this has nothing to do with the wall that built by the nine, because they'll come and build his wall with metal. While the Great Wall of China is not built by metals. Just as simple as that just by looking at the picture, you will know it's not true. Sometimes people just don't I can understand in the old days, they said Great Wall of China because they never saw it. But today no we can see it. You can even have a live image of from it, and a Google Earth today.

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And some sad because of that, that the nation that he was trying to block are basically the name the mogul.

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And the Chinese, everything beyond that wall, the mogul, the one who lived in central China, and among the people who said that certainly Rahim Allah is a great professor in Saudi Professor lived in Saudi Arabia not long time ago. And he mentioned that and it seems to be that he changed his opinion in the end of his life.

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He said that this is the Chinese that the mogul all Far Eastern middle and Central Asia, as well I said as Eastern Europeans and Europeans as well as George so one nation is yet another judge. So he said this are the two German Jews but that's not strong at all. And it's very weak opinion if you just examine this opinion with what's in the Quran and Sunnah and how Ron speaks about it because of the process them said they are basically isolated and every day they try to make a hole in that wall and to exit and a lot return the wall basically solid again whatever they were able to deck it will disappear by the next day that's not how the case in with these nations say it could have even said

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something more stranger than that. Much much any very weird said got upset. That Yeah, dude, you're mad.

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It already happened.

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It's when that mogul came and the Tata came and destroyed Baghdad. And he said that's what it does.

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But not only say it could have said that to be an affair with the man because some people attacked him so bad. You know there is other people said that as well. For instance, the famous scholar of Al Azhar has a very famous decir desyrel Marathi His name is Ahmed Mustafa al Marathi. He died in 1952. Very well known respected scholars has a book as of eight volumes very good book and the CEO said the same thing and the greatest scar of deceit and a sham. One of my favorite scholars actually, his name Mohammed Jamali, Dino Qasim, if you ever heard this name, Jamal deal Qasim have a beautiful book and Tafseer one of its kind it called mahasin weed

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12 volumes big book and he also wrote one of the most amazing modern days books in lumen Hadith. He died in 1914 Rahim Allah to Allah

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those people also said the same thing.

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as you see, these opinions are really not a very strong opinion. And I think the person should not rush to make a call like that and the claim that this is this particular nation is what the process or what Allah subhanaw taala meant we don't know really what is the deal with yet due to my general we'll talk more about them in a little bit

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you know, in in Iran doesn't care much for the names doesn't care for the detail

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a detail information, you know, great kings, great kings, their names will be forgotten, but their actions will always be remembered.

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The great contributions will be always remembered more than the names

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Okay, so people will say oh this happened this and that any in Egypt for example, they always think about the DOM that to build by the nozzle maybe engine name duration, we don't know who's this president was, but they know something good. He did. You know, great things done by people always be remember, even if the name is forgotten, many of the young generation here in Houston today, they didn't know a great man lived in the city by the name of a shoe hotshot Colorado law. But everybody knows one of his great contribution to the city of Houston through that Hakeem Olajuwon building. So you might not remember the name but you remember the great things that happened, you know, me you

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don't know who build akena who started economic esna or MSA names are but you know that there's a great thing done by someone. So great contributions always will be remained because that's what really the lessons comes from. That's why I'm focused on the action on the contribution on the legacy more than the person who made that legacy. So one of the benefits of this style in the Koran

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that the heart will not be attached to the individual it will be attached to the actions had the latter and local colluvial ashes. So the hearts will not be always attached to a person but it attached to the action to the contribution to the legacy you live for something bigger than yourself. And the last panel to add up

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told us in Canada who fill out indeed we established him upon the earth and we gave him to everything away. Or RT now hoomin coolessay in sababa so he fall away

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here we give him a great kingdom and we aided him with all the means that it will make him a great kingdom Can someone have you guys tell me what will make a great king a great king? What will make a king a great king?

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wisdom so he's a wise person what else Allah gave him a sebulba at a normal condition some of the all the some of the means that makes someone great king

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is justice power. Very good. Power can explain what power means.

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Army big army, huge army. What else?

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The Netherlands.

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generosity. What else can make someone great, great king strong King.

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fair justice.

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How about

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resources? How about knowledge? How about technology? How about weapons? How about great followers? Can anybody tell me where do we know that he has a great followers?

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have become Trump today. Great. I use the word great, like everything towards.

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Okay. So where do we get that great followers from?

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has been such dedicated followers.

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Come on guys.

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He travelled them from the far east to the far west and they followed him.

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You need a really dedicated people to follow you to the farthest point is to the farthest point. And guess what? He went with them to a place which is completely unknown, which is the place of Yeah, Judo Judo where he built the wall and the done. That's right. So those people very dedicated, a great king will have people always willing to follow, always willing to be basically supporting him wherever destiny he goes.

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So he got all the means that make him a great king. Isn't that remind you of another king? is a queen? Actually, Allah mentioned the same thing about her. Well, OT admin couldn't leash a

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server, the queen of sheep

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the Queen of Sheba, she said he said and we give him from all things, Jani all things that would make her a great Queen

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sebulba some also said means here, no, it means what it now humming cliche in suburbia, we given him from everything, suburb Ameen Urban ambassade we gave him knowledge of everything, he is very knowledgeable in the area of construction, and the area of leadership in the area of war in the in the languages, he goes to the farthest West and he communicate, he goes to the farthest east and he communicate. He goes to those people who cannot even speak and be understood. And he was able to understand them and he communicate with them.

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He said that's, that's a mastering so that's why I've been a bass and Mujahidin has said in Katana said a lot give him the knowledge of the earth. He knows how to know the knowledge of navigation the earth.

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Yeah, at MoMA National Art. He knows how to navigate through Earth very well. He didn't have a Google Earth. He didn't have he was but he basically he knows how to navigate himself very well. And the story shows that Abdur Rahman bin Zaid said, Allah give him the knowledge of tongues, he speaks many languages. What Canada Lao Tzu Coleman inla kalama humbleness on Him you will not approach people unless he will speak to them with their own tongue. You can see these colors brought this interpretation from studying the story in general that's I've been asked me the most general statement he said knowledge of everything

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for at bat sebulba. So he followed away Yeah, and he he followed the way that would lead him to his destination

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analyst pilot data set

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until when you reach the sitting of the sun, he found he found it as if it's sitting in a spring of dark mud. And he found near it a people

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so when Allah subhanaw taala said hattah either bellava MongoDB shrimps yeah I need the for this point he can travel to the west

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on Earth, because I don't want somebody to act too smart. He said Oh, so he traveled all the way to the Western the space. Some people said oh as a space shuttle and he flow like all the way to the west who flew all the way to them sun no any better hurry but Shamsi fell out. He would he reach where the sun sets on this earth? Okay, because believe it or not some

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stories from the people of the book. It says that he flew into the sky and he saw what is this sun actually go into space and all this like, no base. And he found her found this the sun disappeared in the water

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in the ocean. Okay?

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Eben cattier of new Josie rahima

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allowed to add up said that basically you reach either to the father was in Europe or in

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an Africa to the Father that was not Africa and that where he disappeared in the water

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because this out of the known world at that time, international said not necessarily the travel all the way to the Washington because any places stay you travel a distance to the known land at that time and when the sun disappeared in front of your house disappear. And he said maybe it was a lake or something.

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But what it seems from the haoran sees from the Quran that it is swallowed by the water.

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And that's exactly if you look at ever sunset looking to the ocean and the sunset, you see the water like as if the water if it's drowning in the war. What did he mean? Hermia? basically setting off and going down in that water.

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What I hammer and hammer in a spring, a spring, it doesn't mean a spring like a lake or Royce's spring it can refer to any water okay? So even ocean you can call it spring linguistically it is possible but to the word hammy

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it could means one of two things. Because a hammer and hammer it means mud have been in niharika Sharon, min Sol Sol in min hammer, Ms noon. Mmm.

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Okay, well hammer in Arabic language also means the hotspring

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the hotspring. So

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that's why you've been ambassade. Vi in in ham. Yeah, I holla. Okay.

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Why it is hot. They said maybe because the sun had the water for a long period of time. And that will make the water warm water. Okay.

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So it means your disappear in a in a warm water. Also, it could be dark, dark, like the mud is dark. Because the ocean is so deep and far, like if you look at the ocean is so dark. I don't know if you guys notice when you close to the shore, the water is light. But the farther you go out in the water, the darker the ocean is. So it's really disappeared in something very dark.

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And when you reach basically that point where the sun set, he found in that area, a great nation of people.

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And Allah subhana wa tada revealed to him, that he should engage with them.

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Either fight or

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engage by fighting them if they fight him, or he be good to them.

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And that shows you

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that those people are not believers are not good people. Because if they are good people, why allow tell him punish them.

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That's right, allow us to not give that option to him. But because they were not good people or like give him the option, ima and

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Allah said Dale Carnegie, either you punish them, or else adopt among them a way of goodness. So that means they were not unbelievers. Then he said she sees the wisdom. As for one who who wronged, we will punish him, then he will be returned to his Lord, and He will be He will punish him with a terrible punishment. But as for the one who believes and does righteousness, he will have a reward of paradise. And we will speak to him

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from our command with ease. Okay.

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And that shows you that he's fair. He's wise, that he's a believer, a person of faith. So he divided this nation to do group, those who disobey Allah, those who reject Allah Spano Tata, those who transgress those who are arrogant, and He will punish them. And He punished them with fighting them and that maybe will lead them to die. And when they die, they go to the hereafter what the great terrible punishment Well, they will face as for those who accept the truth, who've been guided, the true reward for them is not worldly reward. It's gender. And that's a very important point here. That we always know. That very word of being righteous is not in the dunya

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Expect a reward for righteousness in the dunya it's in the ohana because nothing is read righteousness so valuable in the last Montana's eyes and the great reward for it will be in that duty in the hereafter in the DNA take a little bit. That's why he said we will tell him something to make him happy, make him an ease.

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Then, basically after he finished with them a lot older him now to travel to the farthest point what east from the west all the way to East had either Badar Shams until when he come to the rising of the sun, he found found that rising on people from more from whom we had not made against any shade in a shield. What that means. Basically, he found people. Did we read that part or not yet?

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Huh? No, you didn't read it?

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when you arrived had either about Obama punia shamcey What are the top Laura comb iliamna john

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dooney ceto wakad Bhima de la

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ba sababa had EDA bunnahabhain de nuada dahmen duni Hema coman una una cola until when he come to write to the rising of the sun, he found that rising and the people from whom we had not made against it any shape, or shelter.

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And we had encompassed all that he had a knowledge. Then he followed away. So he came to the farther east and he found those people live in a land flat, no mountains, no big trees, know even what buildings. They don't have even homes and buildings. That means they live in the desert that made a lot of people think that maybe he went to the mogul who live in that tapped. And these areas until today they live in desert and they live in tents. They don't have constructions they don't have and it's desert area.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala set here the tea, a law encompasses all the tea house and knowledge. Yeah, and Allah Subhana Allah has knowledge of everything happening in the world. So they'll come in with all the knowledge that he has. He didn't know anything about the people in the east and the people of the West but Allah know that about, Allah knows about the story of the Quran, Allah knows about his soldier, Allah knows about his way. Love knows about his journey. Allah knows about these nations that scattered all over this face, the face of this earth, then a loss of Paradise a very short he didn't give any detail, because the point is alebrije decra lesson, then he said, and he

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follow the way the way that Allah tala asked him to continue his journey.

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And he left the Far East where we don't know. But she left and he left that area why we know that he loves this area because the new area that he arrived in has mountains while the Far East has no mountains, it's completely different area now and very far away from the first one otherwise why people will leave the mountain live and flat flatline. Anyway, so he reach to this area where he found

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two mountains and in between the two mountains there is

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either a cave

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either a hole like kind of sinkhole big huge sinkhole. It is something where in between the two mountains the people do drama dude comes out.

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Had to either Bella Bay in a sedan, a sedan and in Javelin

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when you reach between a sedan with reach between the two mountain

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What did I mean do NEMA poem and Lyrica do an F Kahuna polar until when he reached a pass between two mountains? He found beside them a people who could hardly understand his speech or hardly they can understand what those people say.

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said comes from Mountain. Anybody knows what said means? Amar

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What's said means

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dumb That's right. why we call it Dumb

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Dumb what we call why we call it dumb

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blocks very good. So a blocked something anonymous and the opponent said who a lady so dual follow up while Jabalia should do follow up.

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So block something that's why the mountain blocks the basically the thing block you from seeing what's behind it. So the same concept that's why the mountain Arabic language we call it said

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they cannot lie or Kaduna, ef tahuna.

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Or period, you've Kahuna. You can do the citation, you have Cahoon or you stone, you have Kahani and he cannot understand the Quran I used to own the cannot explain to them what they want. So you cannot you can understand what they say and they cannot understand what you say. Okay. And they said, even though the little company managed to communicate with them, absolutely. Because of the knowledge that he has, they told him they said they'll corny indeed. Yeah, dude. Dude Gaga maga

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are great corrupters underlined. So may we assigned for you and basically a reward

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and that you make that you might make between us and then a barrier.

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He said that in which my lord has established me as better what Allah given me is better when you offer but assist me with a strength and I will make between you and them adapt.

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They told him about these two nations that comes from this place between the two mountains either a valley is that or a huge caves? Something like strain. Okay, yeah, I drew to a magistrate or judge. Judge. What's the Judo judge in Arabic? Is this a word that has meaning in Arabic? Some people said comes from Adana when the blaze of the fire okay when you when you start the fire in the blaze comes in the sparks come with a fire so why we call them yet to do my god said because when the fire sparks it goes everywhere and those people go everywhere Okay, some said no, it's an n not an Arabic word at all has no roots for it corruptor

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they said corruptor because they used to be some of the Vaseline said they used to do the same act of the people have looked they were homosexual

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some people corruptor said because they used to eat people

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they will cannibal some people sad because if when they leave their place and they go out they will not leave anything green and unless they eat it and they will not leave anything dry unless they collect it. They take it with them. So when the that everything in the tree they take even the trunks to take it with them to build with it whenever they use it. And they said because they used to kill people

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and they hurt people a lot so they offered him hard job. Yeah and he a great amount of money.

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Okay, if you can make that wall between them then with

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humble so humility, he said

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I will do what Allah will help me to do he did say oh I can do it.

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Said know what Allah will help me and aid me to do I will be able to do it. Mama can nifi Hara be higher.

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At noon, he helped me. Okay, so that shows you that this person was not an arrogant person. And he said I don't want anything from your money. Allah blessed me with wealth. So he's not a greedy King, that shows you that his journey and in the earth, not to increase his income, not because you're looking for money, otherwise you would have taken money from them. So it's not like the rest of the kings. And he said just allinone because what you can give me strength, what strength you need from them,

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what workers he needed tools, he needed materials provide this for me and we will work together also see the spirit of working together. Then he told them to newzoo Baral Hadid bring me sheets of iron Zuber Jama sobre el Kabira big sheets, okay?

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you know for those who doesn't enjoy Arabic language and know the details of it

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you know the big hair around the lion's head you'll call hadiza bottle acid the hair of that line we call the bottle acid why because big pieces around his head so sub it means something big pieces

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that's why we call the book what we call the book what the war

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landhuis Zuber mana drama when you collect things together okay. So, he basically bring a pieces of

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then he said he cut it and he put them next to each other about So, one sheet one sheet one sheet one sheet once you put it above each others, okay, until he filled what is in between the two mountains

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Can you imagine how long that will take how much work that you bring all this iron and you make it sheets until you fill what's between the two mountains and not only you filled it you filled it exactly the length and the width

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had either sour but in a sort of fame

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basically between the two mountains walls and sour it means equal equal in the length. So they are very high to be in the same level of the mountains and the filled everything in between the mountains

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type you will imagine all these layers of metals and the iron will be enough he said no. Not enough. Pardon for who has either Giada who nada cada toony Ofra Valley, Petra, when after he put all these layers, okay.

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And by the way, making it sour making it equal make it

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not crooked leveled. It shows you that this is a strong building. If anybody in construction here knows if you have a crook, basically wall it will fall quickly. That's right, the more you go up quickly, but if it's leveled fine, it will go higher than any way he puts between the layers of the of the iron charcoals and woods. Then he brought

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moon and Kia which is basically the

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bellow bellows basically to blow air and he started the fire.

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So when the fire start what happened to the metal, the iron start melting and when it came hot before it melt, and when it was very hot, he brought copper and he put the copper he melt the copper and he put it on the top of that iron. So basically whatever space between the iron sheets filled with that melting copper on some said Allah sauce which is that

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autosol shakima lead the lead, he put the lead in between so can you imagine the combination of these three things and he put it until cooled down and it became so solid.

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That's why it became so solid and it became so

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smooth lead and copper metal sheet of metal became what so smooth and so solid. That's why I lost pantalla said the people of judo my dude could not

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make a hole through it nor could climate

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it's very smart.

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Basically the idea

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and they could not jump over it because it's high. They couldn't find any area to sneak because it's complete between the two mountains couldn't make a hole in it because it's very solid. Couldn't even climb it because it's very slippery. And here a lot of the mustapa

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must offer my style of aroma Sato nobody could not fit my style. His style is to throw his tap extra letter it means extra effort because making a hole it makes a lot of effort while climbing or jumping. It's just one act. They couldn't do that this football star or the huddle and and puffs oh I hate to jump over it because it's very

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And it's, you know, it's very slippery, and he could not dig a hole. So stop ah whoa nakaba

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Anyway, after he finished with this great wall, what did he say? hi to hadera metamora bsrm yeah jezina li Manitoba.

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So beautiful when you're a believer, this is a mercy from my Lord.

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That's a mercy from my Lord.

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Not me not like you know, I'm the one who did a great job now.

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And unless paradata said, and when the promise of my Lord comes, He will make it level and ever, as promised of my Lord, and ever as the promise of my Lord true.

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Look, I know I'd be

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in Charlotte Allah next week, we will continue our talk. I thought about lessons from the story of

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the codename and I came up with 19 points. So next time Salah will talk about it and we will we will see what kind of lessons that you guys can come up with next week inshallah, to add that Kamala Harris said I like to live on account

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