Tafseer Of Juz Amma – Episode 01 – Surat An-Naba

Abu Bakr Zoud

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Juana and he was so happy as Marian Oh praise is due to Allah Subhana Allah Allah made the peace and blessing of Allah be upon his servant and final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as to what follows my dear respected brothers in Islam, I said, I want to learn more about icagile.

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So inshallah Allah, my approach to the tafsir, will be of a linguistical, of a literary approach.

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And the focus in sha Allah Allah is to demonstrate to you how every solar is a cohesive, unified argument. There's a lot of things that happen into the solar, Allah subhanaw taala speaks about himself a bit, then he speaks about prophets, then he'll speak about the Day of Judgment, then he'll speak about stories of the past, it's mixed.

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And how is this all related and connected together, that's inshallah something will demonstrate. And just to understand this concept, even further, a surah is called a solar. And it comes from the word assume, assume worry actually means is the outer walls of a city, the outer walls of a city. So in the old days, there were no boundaries, there were no signs there till you got left go right, or Welcome to Canberra or Welcome to so on, there was none of this, it was just the outer wall, and the CD was inside. And the outer wall is called a soul.

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And within the soul, there are people there are houses, there's markets, there's military, there's government, there's everything going on in this in the soul within the soul. And somehow everything is connected to each other. That's why the city is functioning.

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And similarly, the Sora is called a surah, which came from the word sword because it is a war. And within the surah, there are lots of things going on. And somehow it's all related in connected to each other. And inshallah Allah we can demonstrate and give the first example in this sort of sort of the number when we begin in sha Allah Allah.

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Another thing that I'll be approaching and demonstrating is how the beginning of a surah

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is also related to the end of a surah. And this is what makes the poet amazing. And why makes it miraculous and unique. And also, the third thing is Sharma Allah will focus on is how the end of a surah connects to the surah that comes after. So you have sort of the number in Australia after sort of the naza What's the connection? This is really amazing things. This is really profound. It's really miraculous. And Charlotte, Allah you pay attention, and you find out exactly how Allah subhanho wa Taala how he relates an ID and how he delivers an ID to us. And you have to understand that user.

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Most of it is makiko. It was revealed on the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam before his usual in the time he was in Mecca.

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And also Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the predominant audience in Mecca of the pagan Arabs. Mashallah cuckoo rice, right and there are other believers.

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But as we read this verse, all these verses are always related to putting your shoes in the position or put your shoes in, in where the Arab is standing. So you can comprehend because of the soul of Messiah Selim is reciting to them. And these machico then are asking lasala was it the fear of this? Or was it the fear of that? So, Allah Subhana what Allah is bringing out the ID and proving them wrong and proving some things right, logically and what's around them and it's amazing how it's done in the Quran and the word choice Allah subhanho wa Taala uses so inshallah Allah to begin

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solid, the number is the 78th surah. In the Quran.

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The surah before

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Surah 77 is solid, more solid, solid, more solid. How are they connected? That's what we're going to start with is one of the monster that we see that Allah subhanho wa Taala mentions two groups.

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The first group he mentions in lamattina field relaly. What are you? Certainly Verily, the mood that in the pious will be amidst change, and springs, in other words in general, that's the first group

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and amazingly enough, we find in solar, the solar that comes

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straight after in Anil Mata Tina my feza certainly for the believers that will have success, and this success is algernon. So it's mentioned in Salta, masa that it comes again and saw it and that's the connection.

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The second group that Allah subhanahu Wata, Allah mentions in sort of the more Sadat

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and it's a phrase, it's a area

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that often recurs in that sola and it comes over and over. And that is way too yoma. Evelyn McCarthy when it comes nine times in that solar

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and unlocker DB in this, this concept of a mocha VPN is being repeated in that solar. And in mocha Debian are people that lie and not only lie, they deliberately lie against the people that speak the truth. So now to understand the connection between that and sort of the number. Allah subhanho wa Taala begins by saying I'm meant to set

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a very vague and rough translation will yield.

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What are they asking one another about?

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Now in order to understand the connection, we need to speak about the word yet alone.

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Allah Subhana Allah, Allah is telling us that there is a conversation happening.

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What are these groups questioning and asking one another about?

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Now when someone asks a question, it's done in too intense, one of two intense? You either ask a question, because you're curious about something you want to know something. So you ask what's the time brother? You want to know what the time is?

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That's one intention. Another intention in asking a question

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is to undermine or wage sarcasm at someone else. So for example, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is presenting to this believers about the reality, the truth of the Day of Judgment. So he's speaking about really, really huge, enormous events, you know, the oceans are going to be set ablaze. The stars are going to fall, they're going to lose their light, the sky is going to tear apart. So what did the disbelievers do? So they can mock and insult the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. They asked one another in the intent of mockery and sarcasm. So one of them will go. He did similar speaker yesterday. He said the oceans are going to blaze, a blaze, or the mountains are

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going to sell you that there are no no the mountains are going to sell. And they'll ask one another a question not in the intention to learn something rather than in the intent of mockery and sarcasm. This is America alone.

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So they'll talk about, you know, I look, he's saying that we're going to come out of our graves like locusts, you know, or we're gonna come back to life did either yesterday, or when he was speaking about yesterday, and this is going to happen to the mountains, they're going to become powdered wool. It's unbelievable, you know, and they'll mock it. And now, though, poke mockery at the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, through asking the question to one another in the intent of undermining the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Now you have to understand

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that the worst way,

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the worst possible way

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of

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being sarcastic and undermining Someone is asking a question in that intention. And this is why neoma is in limbo, give Libby, those that deliberately lie against the people that speak the truth and mock them and make fun of them. This is why we all might even look at Libya. And that's the connection to sort of Allah, he's speaking about these people. Now.

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I may have to set a Loon.

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It also suggests that there's a third party involved in the conversation.

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So actually, for you to sit alone asking one another. There are three opinions that the scholars have mentioned. Either it's the believers, asking Rasul Allah

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salallahu alayhi wa sallam, or it is

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the disbelievers

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and the disbelievers arguing with one another and asking one another. And the third

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is that both groups are asking the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the most correct opinion is that yet the SEC alone is referring to the disbelievers asked

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one another in the intent of sarcasm and mockery. And this will be apparent as we move along in the verses you understand how.

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So we said there's a third party involved here.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is listening to the sarcasm.

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The disbelievers are making the sarcasm. And Allah subhanahu Wata, Allah is listening as well.

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And so a lot of history is missing just on the lower end of your Salah.

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And the language of the verse also suggests that a lot he's angry with them, because he turns towards his messenger. And he says to His Messenger,

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alone, what are they asking one another about? The verse wasn't a Matata alone. It wasn't a Tat, rather, it's a yet. And this is giving us the impression that alone is angry with them. Because that alone would have meant that Allah is directing the speech to them. He's looking at them, and he's saying what he's asking one another about. But that's not the case. A law has proved over and over

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how this day is going to happen.

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10 years in Mecca, giving power and still it doesn't go through that fuckhead. So Allah subhanaw taala is really upset and angry. He now looks at his messenger. And he says I may have known what are they asking one another about? So the conversation continues, I never allow v.

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and this part of the verse is a continuation of the question. And before this, some some things they were saying that Allah Subhana Allah mentions in the Quran is I couldn't get an amen.

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God that really, when we become reduced to dust, and we're withered away. Are we going to come back in a whole new life? That's not possible. And someone some of them would say, when Rasul Allah saw that Allah had this Arthur Ashe up on the hill five is going to be 19 guardians protecting. They said one of them said utterly 19 I'll take them on. See the sarcasm and the mockery. This is why new Yama is in in mocha Debian. And that's what they asking one another about?

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What is the core question? What's the all related to it never allows him.

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So it's like the verse is translated to us? Are they really asking one another? About the neighbor and Avi about this really great, great news. Now the word and never has a synonym that is hubbub never means news. How about also means news. So what's the difference between the two? Why was one used in the other wasn't?

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Firstly, another means a greater news. Something really great, however, doesn't necessarily mean something great. So for example, I said that the mosquitoes are going to close at eight o'clock today morning. That's how about really it's not great. But if I was to tell you and just like we always eat, there's a bombing that just happened in Lebanon. This this guesting that happened in Syria. That's never that's big news. That's great news. It shocks you and you hear it.

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And Allah subhanho wa Taala used the word Saba in the Quran twice when he spoke about Musa alayhis salaam, not only it can mean hubba hubba

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hubba hubba Musa alayhis salam is in the desert with his family. He's in the pitch black in the dark night. And if he sees a fire up on a mountain, and he says to his family, you know, you guys sit down here for a second, I'll go up to the mountain. Maybe I can get some hover from it. Or some big news because he's not even expecting he doesn't even know what's going to happen. So cover maybe perhaps get some direction, get some fire, you know, and then come back and warm up with it.

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So that's how about but when Allah uses never in the Quran, he says Allah Kiko Nava Allah vena cava Roman COVID lm yet Tim, never all Lavina nincada him hasn't the great news of those that came before him reach them. In other words, alone use the word never to explain how he destroyed nations. That's a great event. You know, a lot destroyed this nation by a cyclone. He destroyed this nation by drowning this nation. He destroyed coral by him being sunk into the earth.

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And so this alone refers to another because it's great. Now, another implication of never

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cover asset is something normal. It doesn't demand from you anything. But how about another sorry, demands a reaction demands action. So for example, I say to you, there's a fire in the building.

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That's never, what does that demand of you to leave the building moves out do something. And similarly another is something that's great that you're supposed to be moving, shaken by it, so much so that it called for an action.

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So how does this verse relate to me and you, Allah is referring to the day of judgment as never. Meaning every time we hear about the Day of Judgment, every time we hear about the punishment, that's supposed to do something with us, we're supposed to act to keep away from it. It demands reaction and action from you. And another thing about never is that he speaks about something physical, something tangible, something that's touching, see.

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So Allah subhanho, wa Taala, he uses the word nada. And that the Polish when they are listening to this word, there actually, it's like the word is

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depicting to them that this is a serious there, it's actually physical. You see, and you feel it. And how about not necessarily. So I said, above, the doors are going to close at eight o'clock. You know, that's probably something you just see. That's how about is different. Never is something that's physical. So just by this word of mouth using it, he's already depicting something great. It depends from you a change. And by the way, it's something physical, you're going to feel the punishment. It's never then a loss of Hannah what the ANA adds an adjective.

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He says, an AVI,

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an AVI means great. We already said another means great news. So when you really literally want to translate this verse, it will come to they are asking one another about the really great, great news. That's the translation. Now you want to really understand how big this day is.

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A doctor wrote a novel See, he says in his car,

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he says, has mold, give out your cars will be a hassle.

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That something is big, according to who speaks it. So if a little kid told me I have a lot of money, what are you gonna expect? $100? Maybe

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if an arrow tells you,

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I have a lot of money. You know, what are you going to think you're going to think in 100 1000s.

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Now, Allah subhanho wa Taala. Allah is saying, this is a great, great news. So how big is the news? How big is the day of judgment? And how big are the events that are going to happen on this day?

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And a lot, he adds the adjective, adjective and of him.

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That's as a response to these people. So are they really questioning one another? About this enormous, great event? How do they mock it?

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So Allah subhanho wa, taala. He's, he's responding. And why Why? Why big deal? If you watch, what's the big deal, if you believe in this day, or do not believe we'll ask questions about this day. You know, let's put it in a simple example.

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And a simple example, would say that

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it's really irrelevant and senseless to go up to your principal in the university or in the school, and ask him soon as they can. I'm going to be two exams at the end of the day. That's a senseless question, to ask the teacher, are they going to be exams at the end of the week? You know what, because the school,

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it has put so much effort so much money, in its classes, in its labs, in its equipment, getting the best teachers, the best equipment, the latest technology. And after all this care put into the school into the university, you think the one that doesn't study is going to equal to the one that studied, or the one that was absent is equal to one that was putting so much effort and didn't miss a day. It's not fair. There's got to be an exam at the end, to see who was good and who was bad. Similarly, this universe, Allah subhanho, wa Taala put so much care into it gave us so much. And you think that at the end, you will leave

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and the one that was sick, all his life is equal to someone that was healthy on his life, someone that worship the Lord all his life, equal to someone that bodged all his life? Is that the case? So it's a really silly question to begin with. You don't ask if there's going to be a day of judgment or is there going to be a result that logic will tell you that for sure there is.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says and levy whom fee him of telephone.

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A loving home fee him of telephone is the second adjective of another. an adjective is a describing

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Word. Another we said is great news. The first describing adjective, the adjective for another was Alvin. The second description for another is unloving whom fee him of telephone, which roughly translates to that which they are in disagreement with.

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This Day of Judgment, they're in disagreement about. Now, what does this give us sort of meaning? Allah says pay attention and loving home fee more telefoon as opposed to saying, a levy home fee. Yes. Telephone. Move telephone. Yes, telephone. The difference is that move telephone is a nominal sentence. It's a noun.

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And yes, telephone is a verbal sentence. It's a verb.

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And understand this from now because it's going to come with us a lot.

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a noun is mentioned in the Quran.

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It's depicting permanency. Now, nouns are permanent. verbs are temporary.

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So now by saying a noun is permanent, and Allah is using the noun here, it means every single time these disbelievers meet one another. The only talk is Did you hear what he said? And did you hear what he said? Or today something new I said, yesterday, he said he saw this ad he went up to the heavens. Or yesterday he said this tomorrow, he's going to say this. In other words, Martelli phone came in the noun form, which depicts permanency. So every single time permanently, these people are asking one another about this day.

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That's the ID gives us this word, and the way it comes. Another thing is that the normal sentence structure should be a levy who moodily funa Fie, the word fish should come at the end.

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But when it comes before most telefoon, it gives a meaning of shock. It produces shock. Meaning Are they really disagreement about this day? Is that the case?

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And most telephone comes from the word if the length

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and it has two meanings. The first meaning is that it's a manifest disagreement. In other words, what it really means is that amongst themselves, everyone has his own theory about the Day of Judgment. So some would say are now who are we to follow to bring us back? Some would say that we're all going to heaven. Others would say, Look, man, on my credit, too many things. And other things, he's got time to record, every single thing I did. different theories, they in one another, they're in disagreement amongst one another.

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And also what he gives off a meaning

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is that they move the phone, they uncertain themselves. So one of them would say, Oh, look, we're all going to heaven, but he's really not sure.

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And the other would say, and I teach impossible ways Am I going to bring us after we've become bones, and then rather not Burgess, bones will become dust when finished.

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But he's saying the sun is uncertain. He's metallic. This is the laughing team

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says to tell a lie, and even those that deny the hereafter. One law he in their heart does something that's telling them there is a hereafter.

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Atheists, no. So all those religions that deny the Hereafter, they all are not certain about it. All of them are uncertain. And they have some doubt. But it's because the desire speaks, the soul speaks, they don't want to face the reality. just deny it. It's not gonna happen. It's to our house. I'm not gonna make it. Why is it gonna happen to many people live from the beginning up until now is going to bring us back. So this word mK telefoon is giving us all these meanings. It is even telling us about the people that do not believe in the hereafter. Next time you meet him, keep going and keep going in your

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crack. Let him crack at the end. At the end a careful when he becomes a Muslim. It's because he was in doubt initially to begin with. If you are certain about his religion, he'd never leave it. And you'll find so many that come from their Christianity, their faith, or whatever it is into Islam. Because to begin with in doubt, Allah is telling us they are uncertain of their own religion.

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So when they when you convince them enough, it's very easy for them to do that, to convert and to come into Islam. So then Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah says

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can let's say Allah moon

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from McCullough say Allah moon

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Those soon come to find out. May those soon come to find out. That's the Old English translation.

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So what do we realize there's repetition here? As I said, say and I'm also McCullough, Sermo same thing is happening. Why does he repeat this? So we're going to speak about the repetition. And one of the main purposes of repetition, whether in the Quran or in general speech when we talk to one another, it's for Alabama, for hyperbole to emphasize on something, you know, so as we said, The Old English translation will yield namely, they'll soon come to find out

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and the word Kela he carries two meanings. It only depends how you recite the verse. So some of the scholars would say, it is allowed to recite gala and stop. Then say Say Allah moon, and it is also allowed to say kolesar Allah moon oh one.

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So when you read Kela say Allah moon, from McCullough, say Allah moon, it has a meaning

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Kela here would mean stop.

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In other words, these these disbelievers arguing amongst one another, asking one another, did you hear what he spoke about? Did he this how's this going to happen? And all of a sudden the law says stop can let enough Sailor Moon you soon find out.

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Can let's say Allah moon

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through McCullough stop, you soon going to find out, stop rolling your tongues and making fun and making mockery. It's already been 10 years or so. And you still haven't come to the conclusion that this is the real news enough. Very soon. Each and every single one of you will find out the reality can let's say

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the other meaning it gives and you know like in, in general use

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when something is really dangerous and you're telling someone to stop. You don't say stop once you repeat it stop stop. This is the same thing. 10 lessons a McCullough say

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it's repeated. And we find that in our general use of speeches well in our general speech.

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Another opinion and that is when you read the verse all together and you do not stop. It gives a different meaning. Can let's say Allah moon? It is associated with happen. Meaning certainly they'll know very soon. Certainly they'll know very soon. So how is gondola which means no? How does it connect with the meaning? Certainly, you know, really a good example for this is you know, when you speak with one another.

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You say oh no, ma'am. I'm gonna be like, Oh, no, man, you don't mean No. But you mean are certainly I'm gonna be like for sure I'm going to be late. But the word no comes in your speech? And what actually it means in that context, is that for sure you're going to be late. So that's another meaning of Catalan.

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If you continue, it'll mean certainly, you will know very soon you understand what's happening.

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Now

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say Allah moon, Allah says say Allah moon resene is short for sulfur.

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Meaning soon they'll find out very soon. You'll find this coming again in solar that the careful sha Allah tala when we get to explain it, where Allah says, can lead Sophia removed from McCullough Sophia Alamo. Here. It's the abridged version, the scene early without the wall and fat. And what does the scene indicate? It indicates closeness. That's at the beginning of the soul of what comes at the end of the soul. What's the last verse in the surah nose?

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In neck and the neck? Um as ever? horiba we've indeed, certainly we've only have a close punishment. So at the beginning, I mentioned his closeness and at the end he also brings the same idea of closeness again, that's the connection also between the beginning and the end of the surah. Allah says, Allah say Allah mon from McCullough say Allah moon. And it also depicts that Allah azza wa jal is really really angry and upset at them because he repeats it twice. Repetition is done when you're angry. You know, you see to your friend, just what you see on Reddit. You just watch. You repeat, watch, watch.

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You're really angry at him. So a lot of social is angry. And this anger. It's depicted from the birth because it repeated help us a lot more from McCullough crmo. Certainly, you're going to have to find out very, very soon. It's just a matter of when you're finished. Now.

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The first color say and the moon has a meaning.

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Second can let's say Allah moon has enough meaning, there are two events. Now you understand this and Sharma, the first can, let's say on the moon, certainly you're going to find out very soon is speaking about our piano. They have judgment. When is the day of judgment for us, you know,

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everyone's day of judgment was when you die, man metacomet Korea motto

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when you die, that's your day of judgment. That's it. You don't have to wait for the stars to fall in the sky to rip to tear apart. And for the sun to come out from the woods. You don't have to wait for that. Once you die that your day of judgment that's over. Can let's say anemone, you are going to find out very soon when you die. You see the reality from mccannless. A second time you're going to find out is when you're in front of the Hellfire being pushed in.

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So the first one is being actually speaking about gamma about your death. And the second color, say on the moon is when they're standing in front of the whole fire just about to be pushed in there.

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Or actually they flow themselves willingly. Because we take that from the word Tesla and adhamiya they willingly throw themselves after the horrors outside. They're finding some sort of escape, some sort of refuge, some sort of shelter, they think that's where it is they throw themselves in there really gets intense. So this is the two colors and among speaking about two different events.

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Now Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah begins a new passage

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and there's something miraculous in the Quran and there is a surgical or any the rhythm scheme in the Quran. So you will find the reversals that run now pay attention listen to this, um, method.

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what's changed. The ending is become an elephant.

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What did you burn? Oh, that was

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a ritual ending with the Elif. And this is giving us a meaning of some soap.

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It is actually telling us that the passage has changed to something else now.

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But it's all connected. We'll connect that once we finish all these elements that are coming now. A lot right now he's going to speak about his favours.

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And he's going to speak about things that should give you the impression and the ID that there is the day of judgment so pan ultra how it happens. Allah says alumna Daniel urbani herder.

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Haven't we made this land this earth, a plain and smooth field.

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The word we had that comes from the word map, which literally means the cradle. You know, he's Allah speaks about a semi karafin Man, this obeah a baby in a cradle. And man also refers to the womb of the mother. But there's something common about all this. And that is they share the concept of comfort. So the baby in his cradle is comfortable.

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The baby in the womb of the mother is comfortable.

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Also the Arabs used to refer to man as being a bed, the bed that they sleep on.

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When you think of the bed, you think of peace and tranquility of a comfortable place. Am I saying

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Haven't we made the land a comfortable place for you?

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Haven't we made it so much so that there's so many peace and tranquility on the land? That you roam freely on it? That it's really comfortable to walk on? Am I speaking about his favours in these verses? And what Allah subhanahu Wata Allah is doing in these verses is that is bringing us so he is actually inviting us to compare what he has created to what we have created. Now watch this. The Arab listens to an image album he had to the airports we had a bit

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Allah is saying is this the bed you you may look at the bed Oh Ma.

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Look at this whole earth or have made your boasting about this small thing you've made is this way you have come to making a bit this size. Look at the bit I've made a look at the creation I've made. That's one thing. So right now these verses as they're coming, it's putting us into our place. Your position is right here. And this is what a lot is doing. At by the end, you cannot even move left or right or speak anything.

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You're put at the end that you must be convinced that seriously this is happening.

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So long he explains his favours upon you

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Mankind.

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He says well gee, Bella Ortega

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and the mountains as pigs, mountains as pigs. Now what is a pig that's used for for the 10th.

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And I hope it is referred to as a water as a pig, you can basically look at the tip and say a pig, because things are known by the main or the important element.

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So for example, a soldier you can call him a sword, because that's his important element. That's the sword

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and the 10. If it doesn't have pigs, it's not stable fly away. So it's known by its important elements. Allah is saying when you Bella Odetta, the mountains are pigs for this lamp. And Subhana Allah something scientifically miraculous in this verse is that scientists have come to know that the size, the shape of a mountain that's above Earth, is exactly the same below the earth. So you have the V at the top, you also have a V down the bottom. It's literally picked. Now look at this. And Arab in the desert. He makes one attempt that's where he lives. Allah subhanho wa Taala is depicted in this verse is this the tent is made of his the pigs you've pig over the pigs I've made

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one g bad compared to that.

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And that's why on the Day of Judgment, this eventual zillertal or

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the earth will shake will tremble. A massive earthquake will happen. So much so that this exam in the first comes twice zillah zillah.

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In violently shakes, you know what? What happens to the mountains?

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What the Kunal zhiban who can lay minimum foolish, it will become crowded Whoo. It will wither away, it will become reduced to dust. Once there is no mountains in the earth. Once there is no pigs on to the tent, the tent flies once there's no pigs that mountains in earth. The earth is shaky. It's not stable anymore. So on Mark again, he's calling them is this the is this the piggy mate? Oh, look at the pigs off pitch. campaign. Once you Bella altezza. Now what most of what Allah brings her even more closer.

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And we created you in case

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you weren't even capable of choosing your own gender? Can you choose his own gender?

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So how is this type of arrogance coming out from you?

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Allah is saying there's a day of judgment. And you're saying there isn't.

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It is impossible. The ID is float. What

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is referring to something amazing as well.

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You know, it's referring to the Day of Judgment.

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You want to know how

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says woman cliche and heartless oj

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everything we've created in pays. Now look at this the Arabian is this really people smart people. They know the Arabic language, they can relate to themselves. Allah is saying we've created everything in pairs. male female,

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Sun Moon, evening, or sorry, morning night.

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The day in the night.

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Everything is created in pairs, a sky and an Earth

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a life and an afterlife.

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How is it possible? Alone sin was created, everything appears you're denying the afterlife. Look at everything around the how it impairs. This life is paired with the afterlife. It doesn't make sense that there's only a worldly life in attendance. There has to be an afterlife because everything we've created impairs. So this is an invitation to ponder. There has to be it just only logically means that there's an afterlife, or Kanaka comas Raja

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which are under no macam sabetta. And we have made your night your sleep a wrist, literally so better the Arabs would say sebata Shah who means he cut off his head.

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So literally so better means to cut off. In other words, what's been said in the verse and we have made your sleep a cut off. I cut off from

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two things. When you sleep. Your body is cut off from your soul.

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And that's supposed to give you the idea of death and that there's an afterlife because also you're cut off from worldly affairs. So perhaps this morning as you're driving here, the world is

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It's a time of sleep, the world is cut off. People are cut off their worldly affairs, gentlemen, oma comes to better. So better also comes from the word Sabbath. Sabbath means what? Saturday?

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What happens to the Jews on Saturday? they rest, they take a risk. So also Allah is saying we've made your sleep a risk, a color from this world.

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Then Allah subhanho wa Taala says,

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Sorry, this is what Jana Noma comes to better, you couldn't even control your own sleep. You eventually at the end of the night, you're forced to sleep. You couldn't control this, how do you again come up arrogantly against the ones so there's no Day of Judgment? Here, I've given you a small dish so you can taste a bit of the reality. And I've cut you off this world. So you can taste a bit of the reality that when you die, also cut off the swap. Then when you sleep, do you wake up? You wake up? So what said that when you die? That's in your sleep, that you're not gonna wake up? When do you come up with this? Every day and night you sleep and you wake up sleep and wake up sleep

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and wake up? The pattern will continue? Where did he come up with the idea that when you die, you're sleeping and you'll never wake up? Wake this come up for

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you close your eyes in this world. And you open it in front of Allah Subhana hotel.

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This is the scary ID. This is what's being depicted in the verse worshiping no mokou sabetta.

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All these verses are talking to us about how it's proving to us the Day of Judgment. But logically, because the disbeliever doesn't believe in the poor. So how do we convince him? what's around him? what he sees daily? What the hell am I

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sorry, what's your alma Layla Lee Besa. And we made the night a covering a gamut.

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Literally the night covers.

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This is the clothing for the day. For this earth. It's a night. What kind of clothes do you make? What is it? You spend hours and hours to sew a jacket together? Or some clothes together? Allah made the Night Live s that's the clothes the Lord made for the mind.

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That's the clothes you make. compare it to what a llama doesn't compare? What's your underlay daily basis?

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Can you get rid of the noise? You can possibly turn on the light. But does it get rid of the mic outside? It doesn't

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use whatever power you want to use in our life, like they use in the stadiums. It still didn't get rid of the mic. So these are things you can't even control. How do you think you're in a position to speak about the day of judgment when it happens and when it doesn't.

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And we made the day

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we made the day for seeking livelihood. nyesha gives two meanings, means of livelihood. So in other words, during the day you go on work and a time of livelihood. It's the time of work is the means of living. Because in the day you work you make money. So it's a means of living. And it's a time of living as well.

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And why is this important for the Arab? Allah is telling him that look in the Arabs in the time of the in the desert, they have very critical farms that are a whole nation depends on a whole community depends on if there is no day there's no sun. If there is no sun, it doesn't go to the crops and to the plant doesn't grow.

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What happens, no one can survive. So how important is the date reflect upon this mercy? This favor I've given you?

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What an NFL kakum Sabanci data and we constructed above you. Seven strong heavens. Now, it's always your Unknown, Unknown genre, then we don't know why. It's giving us the idea of construction.

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What have you constructed? What's the look at the Allah he constructed? This sky is a ceiling. What kind of ceiling Have you made above your head? What is the fiber ceiling? Is What You can make? Or the Arab in his time what total sub ceiling from from the branches of the date of the pantry? That's his ceiling. Compare it to a lot of social construction. What the Nina above for cocoa, seven, strong heavens, not one, seven. This puts you in your place.

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Then Allah says what is your origin what Hashem

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and we made a shining lamp siracha literally in the Arabic language, it refers to something that emits light. And in the Quran, it consistently refers to the sun. what hirscher means it's brilliant.

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It's blazing. It's bright

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again. What kind of light can you produce? a torch? What kind of fire? Can you Kindle?

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A candle? Is this the fire you can make? Look at a lot of soldiers light. It's a sun that emits so bright light that he covers the world. That's the last torch was the torch you've made? No matter what light you make, it will never compete Allah xeljanz like

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literally you're being put in your seat now. You have no no control over what happens around you. And how do you deny the hereafter? On Sunday I'm in Mr. serrat Emma and

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we sit down from the clouds abundant water. Now the word Montserrat is really interesting. mazzara is referring. Firstly, it's referring to the winds

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that are really strong, that are as a result, they squeeze the clouds more so

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you get a cough you drenched in water, you pick it up, you squeeze it in drops water. That's what this wind does to this cloud. It literally squeezes it. And then Matt and Jessica comes out, flowing, heavy, profuse rain drops from these clouds.

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And the other meaning of Matsuura is that their soul drenched in water, that it just literally drops rain without being squeezed.

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Once again, nominal Montserrat man and again, you're being called to remember the federal law. If a law was to send too much rain, that will cause destruction and death. If he doesn't cause not a lot of rain, there's no rain at all. That's drought feminine, every disease will happen.

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So Allah sends it matte and

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abundant in exactly the the fixed and appointed

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quantity comes down so much that it keeps the land maintained as it is. If a long wall for destruction, then that's a different story that will be sent as a punishment. Allah says Lino collegia have done one a better this is interesting.

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So that we may bring out they buy grain,

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grains, crops, and plants, vegetation, but he uses the word Lino corrosion. Why does a loss in this rain in perfused amounts in abundant rain? Lena thrissur lamb here, lemme tally the Lamb of reasoning. Why is this rain so we can bring out bring forth from the land, grains, crops and vegetation.

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But something that's interesting is the word the verbal inclusion.

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Now, when you speak about a plant coming out, you use the word linum, beta, and never

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navette is plant and betta is the correct verb to use. For when you're speaking about a plant coming from the earth. That's a matter how Raja is a verb used for humans, you walk out of the door, you come out, you leave this room.

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So what's been depicted a lot he's using the word that we refer to men. We refer to humans. In other words, along the same the same way, the seed goes into the earth, and water comes onto it and it comes out the same thing your that's going to happen to you. You're going to eventually end up down there. You're going to become a seed, the end the tailbone. Then a lot he's going to send rain. Then you're going to grow out just like the plant grows out. But the verb that's used is the Nataraja. So already Linacre j is giving you a meaning that that's going to happen to you just like the plan

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was your net in alfalfa

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and gallons of luxurious growth. So hub there literally means the grains, the crops we and so on rice, let's have that. Now better is actually the vegetation, right? The cucumber plant the tomato, or the zucchini or someone that's no better. How about other greens? Where's your net in alfalfa and gardens of luxurious growth? In lush gardens, that's where your net your net means literally gardens, and alfalfa comes from left, which means they're wrapped around each other. So like the vine tree, for example, you see how it goes in into winds all into each other? That's what was your net in alfalfa. And inshallah tada I'll conclude with in Norman Foster again, I mean kata, and just

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to connect the first passage with the second is that the first message Allah is speaking to them about the Hereafter, and stop this nonsense. And you soon going to find out then from me as a mercy of Allah azza wa jal, he reminds them of his favours or I did this and this and this

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This is what puts you in this position, then the topic goes back in normal. Firstly, get me caught up very early, the day of separation is a fixed time

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in Norman Foster, and the day of judgment was called the almond Fossum, the day of separation, because on that day, everything separates everything, literally everything. The truth from falsehood separates.

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And the most graphic separation that happens is the pregnant mother should deliver, she'll drop her load dalbar drop literally dropped out of fee. And she won't even curious, she will run away from it.

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That's the most graphic separation that happens on that day, the father will run away from his son, the brother will run away from his other brother, the husband will run away from the wife, that's human fossils, the day of separation, everyone will separate your son of a nickel.

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And then one more thing to highlight in this verse can be altered, it is already been appointed. There's no contradiction. Don't even bother arguing. Because carefully. We've already appointed a fixed time for it. But what's interesting about the word mikata

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is you know, the Arab is used to the sun having a fixed time, it comes out at this time it sits down at this time. You know, the night comes at this time, the day comes up this time. The moon comes out at this time and allies saying it and the Day of Judgment also has a fixed time has exactly a fixed time. Once it's time comes it comes out. So can a lot this is Charlotte Allah will live the compensation till the end of the solar shala. Next lesson, we'll finish the solder. And we'll speak about a few things in what we learned from the solar shell load data. We asked a lot of surgeons to make us people of the people that reflect from the reminders in the lessons from the Poland in the

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holy vertical party rally. And just before I conclude, inshallah Tana will be announcing of four new classes. But that doesn't necessarily mean that I'll give you a time right now. Rather, I've got four papers in the back

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of four classes. The first class are those of you that do not know how to read the Arabic alphabet.

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Or do not know how to recognize the Arabic alphabet. So if you know Elif do yet but don't know how that looks like, then you're from class one. If you do not know the letters, and do not know how to recognize them. Then if you're interested, write your name on class one. And as like fill in the blanks that are there. The second class is the Core M reading class. those that know the alphabet, but actually don't know that fat hacker. So Obama said the sukoon didn't even know how to read, but they know the alphabet. Then you put your name if you're interested in the second class class to the Quran, the Quran reading course, the third class are those of you that know how to read or write in

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reading. But that is read is not right. So if you want to learn that there's read and this is first I'll begin with a beginners course.

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That's class three, just register your name if you're interested in Shell load data in class three, and the fourth class are for those that know how to fluently read, but they want to memorize something. So shout out to Anna if you haven't memorized Usama, that will be the plan and for the fourth class those that are willing or those that want to memorize

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them.

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If you don't know that there's really obviously just put your name into the Treasury course. Because once you learn from the to read, you graduate to the other class, which is the memorization class. And if you want to enroll in the memorization and you know that is read and you know how to read, then just write how what have you memorized? How many Jews that have you memorized? So at the end, the names if I get any names on that list, I'll know what all of you join in what you haven't memorized then we'll pick a soldier to memorize and at the same time, we can explain inshallah to Allah a few things. So if you know anyone else that's interested, then what you do is you basically

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just get him to message you and you'd speak back to me or so on. As I told you, this is just a list for now. Just I have an idea I have names in front of me. So inshallah Allah once someone gives us the woman the courage and the ability to open up classes, then I'll send you a message and I'll tell you in Charlotte Allah the times and how the course will run in Charlotte Allah Allahu wa sallam opelika ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ajmeri