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All right Smilla Rahmanir Rahim we'll be hearing a stain without people to dealing with Tolkien what they are doing in the hollow body mean yes Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa seldom at the Sleeman Kathira and for the people that are online and on Facebook about a Lo Fi comm we are live we're about to go through the tafsir insha Allah for those of you that are following us in the Quran, I would say that you have an app open on quran.com or something, and you can follow along we're verses that we're doing today are wonderful. Emma has Siljan verse number 36 all the way to 57 on to the use of verse number 56 to 257 Thank you so much.

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All right. Smilla Rahmanir Rahim we'll begin and starting with our people to dealing with talking while out with one or the other volley mean

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rubbish rally Saturday or suddenly Amedeo Hello looked at me listening of the holy Allahu Manchu rally Naramata Cointreau Ralina Hickman taka Jalali Willie from Allahumma insurer arlena or haematoxylin Shura Lena hikma together J. Ollie from Allah Holman, fanno, alumna, Vemma and femminile. But I mean,

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alright, so before we begin today's set up, we had a couple of questions from sisters Zara, online. Is she there today? I don't know. Maybe she is. I can't see her.

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Okay, me, okay. Great. She responds and says me. So for one, she asked a question, who remembers the questions? He says, What's the difference between boron? And what is the difference between iron? So one, one general principle that we need to understand in the Quran is when we're trying to find differences between two words. Sometimes in English, the meanings might be very similar. But in Arabic language, we have something called for Opal law, we have something called the differences between the language so for example, the word Wuhan cannot be coupled with either.

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But what we can do is the word wahan can be coupled with Diane Hoja delille. Sultan, those are the mutiara the fat, what's Mortara defatting in English, synonyms,

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synonyms, right? Mortara the fact these are the words that have a very similar meaning to the meaning that we're trying to achieve, for example, the word wahan it actually means a clear cut evidence that you use to in your defense against a claim.

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That's one

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when you look at the word buy an

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automobile in kitab. And moving is a clear it's not so basically Gobain is you have proven your point whether it is with the source with the help of a clear cut evidence or without an evidence. So you could have an evidence in moving or you could not have an evidence but you could explain it through a logical or whatever. Not necessarily that you have a clear cut concise answer, okay. Next, the word delille for example, comes in the Quran once only once in the Quran.

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Which verses that who's going to tell me

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Okay, well, you can search it up on your phone. There's only one word in the Quran delille the lamb? Yeah, lamb deli, where Allah Subhana Allah says Allah has made the shrimps and the Kama Delila lot has made the sun and the moon as what delille. What does that mean? And evidence, it's a guide, it guides you in the middle of night or in the day, and I've talked about it before. The word photon is the most used when it comes to evidence like any evidentiary grounds. So tan is the word that is used the most in the Quran. And it's usually coupled with soltana morphine or clear so it is emphasized with other words of the similar nature. So an idea we already talked about it or I don't

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know if I talked about it or where I talked about it means a signpost in the desert. Did I talk about that?

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I want to I believe it tomorrow. We did Yes, we talked about it and it is a verse or it's like a it's a flag in the middle of the desert. By the way. I got a better analogy right now fishing.

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I love fishing, ice fishing. In the past when people used to go out ice fishing, how would they find their hearts? How would they find where you can ice fish? So people go on those ice fishing lakes and the Ministry of Natural Resources they go and they track out and flag out the hill places where you can walk on the lake. So you don't drown. Those flag posts in the ice lakes are is of much relevant example for Canadian

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Because desert is not very relevant to us. So those are enforced to in Arabic language would be an IR, which means it's a sign that helps you or it's a sign, or it's an indicator or it's some sort of, it's some sort of an attraction that attracts your attention and makes you recognize that this is the path.

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So it you know, yield a fatal injury but it makes your grabs your attention and says, here's the path walk on this. That's an I am now the next that she asked about

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was out. And

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sub, she said, what's the meaning between what sort of robot so sort of a novel there are two two different again, they're not from the same category? I did have the word soft version. Okay. So that basically means Roger O'Shea to return something to its original position, or to return something basically. So sort of Anhu that you know, this flood was coming was Saudi Fatah and who the flood was coming and it was turned back from them. So when Allah says what sort of unlocated Qaeda Han Okay, the con que de Haan that Allah turned away so there was a there was a

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a wave of attacks that was coming on Yusuf Ali Salaam and we'll turn that away. Okay. Adela

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handy. Does that Allah Hey, like, when I'm preparing, right? It's really interesting to have like a chef sitting in the office, you can riff off, and you're preparing and like, you know, you have that was like, I don't know, there's like, oh, by the way, let me tell you what out of those, I was like, No, he goes off. He was like, Oh, that basically he said, I don't that is to present something. Oh Allah when we say it in the way that it means what?

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To turn away.

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Alaba now in both there is a meaning of turning away in the first sarafa that is turning away, ie you did not have the power to turn away and someone helped that thing sarafa that it was turned away from you without your impetus without your involvement.

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Now, Adela is an adult, I turned away from that particular thing. So I had the power and I chose to turn away and that's the minor difference between set off and not although, and the next one. I did not find a very satiated I would say an answer that I could share. I'm probably going to do some more research on it. I did read a lot I didn't find an answer the next question she asked where I was able to actually give her like a more deeper understanding and a better answer inshallah. Hopefully next week, I can do that.

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Like we start today, well, definitely a man who cijena Ferdinand so two people entered in decision with us a valley Salem Fattah and two young boys.

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I had a Homer, one of them said in Irani, zero hombre i see that i am squeezing. Like I'm squeezing come up. I'm squeezing wine. We'll call it alpha in the other one said, in era, I see a new Ronnie.

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See hubs. I see that I'm carrying on top of my head bread. That Kulu you know, in order to roti, I'm carrying roti on my head hubs that are you Roman. And what I see I see that the birds are pegging away and eating from it not bitten a wheelie he tell us the meaning of this or the interpretation of this remember the meaning of that we talked about it what does that mean? To go back to the essence of something a while what is the first like yes this is this is that what I saw? But can I go back and backtrace batteries batteries batteries all the way until I come to the essence of that matter.

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Okay, a bit Nabi really in Nana raka Meenal martini and indeed we see you from the ones who are the ones who do good deeds. Now few points are few things over here and this is

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a little bit of a change in my style. I'm trying to adjust it to hopefully it's going to be much better. So over here few words that I want to focus on. One is any

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SEO formula sorry Irani. Ah, so you hum raw? Ah Cyril hombre is from what root word who's going to tell me the root word?

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Ah, sleep through. What's the root word of it? What are the three root words?

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Alright, so od ra who said that you said I saw Dora.

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Alright, so Audra, what other words? Can you remember a surah very small surah. It starts with this word. Well as some

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acetal to squeeze while after they both have the same route.

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Word

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colossal basically means time a span of time

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and acid or acid is juice towards the meaning the word Asada or the root word dying Sodra has three meanings in Arabic language, one of them is the help time. So, they usually say

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about time who was unknown not to atone minute data, there is time that does not have a limit an answer is an expanse of time a cut or a piece of time that we have squeezed out of the greater portion of time which is limitless time. So when we squeeze out a smaller portion, from the herb which is limitless time when we squeeze out a limited time where we have a beginning and an end that is called ISO and from that is when we take a look at a data it's also another meaning of that is that when we squeeze a juice out of something

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was meaning meaning of squeezing like you know, the limitless time or squeezing something out ie we're limiting it similarly juice in it like in any fruit, when we squeeze it out, it squeezes it out and then the other one also is the other meaning of acid is myalgia.

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Okay, in this you're going to hear you know in the today's subject you're gonna say Wi Fi here soon that there will be seven years that are going to come and those years you're going to Yeah sit on a yen Juna minute judge be Yeah, I'll say don't basically means that they will squeeze there will be a lot of fruit and you're going to get lots and lots of rain and lots of juice and you're going to be able to harvest a lot.

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But it also means Elijah How does it mean Malta basically means protection, that that year is going to be so much that you will be protected from famine because of the abundance of food.

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So you will be protected because of the abundance. So those are the three meanings that you find if the word

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so in the Arani is zero camera Hummer is Kulu che in yes Toro Lafleur everything that covers your apple and from that is the word came out for the sisters it covers their head came up from that as the word female from that also came out is also used for

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a person

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who is incognito

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like a spy.

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So basically what it refers to

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is a person who is incognito ie that person you hide it he is mixing with you for setup and he's he's covered himself up he is covered and concealed his true identity. So what he's saying is in Irani zero camera the meaning over here a farmer is something What does alcohol do when you drink? What does it do? It covers your intellect your moral Apple, it covers your intellect.

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We'll call it after the other one said

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in the Arani army Duvall produksi.

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Yes

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Yeah. And he's the chef is saying also, the other meaning of that is, is the humble camera. Yes. Mauro that the other meaning of that guy, I forgot about this one too, which is when the grapes or the juice, they get the turn from the grape juice turns from being grape juice into the state of hammer where the cloudiness comes in it. And then it becomes

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the advantages of Shikhandi Hamdulillah I feel so confident teaching environment because I don't want to make a mistake. He's like, nope, fix yourself. So cool. Hamdulillah.

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Sorry.

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Yes, yes, that's what he meant fermentation, cloudiness, that leads to the fermentation of the grape juice. You know, it's really funny, our neighbor next door, she went for grape picking. So she met my wife at the backyard and she's like, Hey, we have some

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nice, very nice fresh grape juice. I was like, Huh, interesting. Whatever. Grape juice. Oh, it's, it's almost fermented. It's not alcohol yet. Well, I was like, okay, just like, you know, I'll take it and we're like, so skeptical. We're like, I don't know if we're supposed to drink this or not. What happens when I was like, you know, upbeat and you try, I'm like, no, no, you try. I'm just gonna watch you. If you try anything new if everything's okay, then I'll try. And then

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We woke up in the morning and our kids finished it

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and hamdulillah they were all okay they were all not very mellow they were very energetic so I was like hands it I didn't work there was no hammer there

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Allah He said I'm gonna do for perazzi Hamza I see that I'm carrying roti on top of my head or bread that are going to play Roman birds are coming in pegging away from it not being really tell us the essence of the true meaning of this. In nanorod Communal Marcin, we see you from the one who is Marcin beautiful point she has shadowy in his tafsir. He mentions in the book, he says that even

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an evil person who was thrown into prison for attempting to kill the king,

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even they can recognize when there is good

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in an oral criminal proceeding, we see you from the good ones. Like you know, we're bad, we know that. But we see you are you sleeping, okay?

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We see you that you're from the good ones, you got goodness in you. And this is Subhanallah, the fitrah that Allah has kept inside of us inside of every single human being that we're able to recognize good where there is.

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Next part, Paola Chikuma Parliament or Japan, he learned about Tacoma better read here public to coma, he said that the Ford is not going to come to you except you will be fed with that food Illa except in a bad Tacoma without really I will give you the meaning the essence of this dream Cabernet Antigua before the food comes to you. Now, this verse, it has been understood in two different ways.

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Number one, it has been understood that don't worry, before the food arrives, you will have your answer.

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The second way it has been understood and this has been understood by Sheshan PT, one initial PT and it is mentioned in tafsir.

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What Zamasu it is mentioned in Javelin Mercia, he mentioned the second second pole of this which in my opinion as much befitting in this hair. The second meaning which you do not find in English translations by the way, the second meaning of this idea is he's saying I will tell you what the food is going to be before it comes to you.

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So imagine you can what is saying Leia T Houma Tom the food is not going to come to you tourists upon him the food that you will be fed with Illa netback to Kuma bit really he this that wheelie he? The HA over here is called the pronoun. This pronoun in Arabic The general rule is your God Allah Quran Madhu for the rule is that pronoun goes back to the first possible thing it can refer to. But in in Arabic, the beauty is like in English, it is only limited to the first possible thing. Maybe it is not, I don't know, I am making it up. I don't know, but English should correct it. In Arabic, it only refers to this one. I don't know about English, but in Arabic, it goes back to the first

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pronoun and can go back to, but it's not limited in Arabic, it can go back to 12345 whatever possibilities and that can add pluralistic meaning to this verse. So over here that really ye could refer to the food.com [email protected]. And it could also refer to the dream, which was one before that. Both meanings are correct. To me. I think the second meaning is much more befitting because he's saying and that's that's why he they're still willing to listen to him, right? Because he's saying listen, I'm going to tell you

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what are you going to be fed? Like I'm going to tell you you're gonna get a steak that is going to be medium range or medium rare with salt and pepper on it with broccoli on the side.

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I'm going to tell you that and then he says after that he says that he Kuma Mima, Allah, Allah money rugby, this knowledge that I told you, the ability for me to tell you what that food is going to be is the knowledge that my job has given me. So in that meaning, it's more befitting and other way. Is that a coma that this that will this interpretation that I'm going to do for your dream is from the knowledge that Allah has bestowed upon me.

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The Mount Allah maniera be okay. Jamie.

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Then he starts off he says, In Anita rock to me letter Coleman law, you know, Nabila, I left the path or the way of the people who do not believe in Allah subhanaw taala. The word Milla in Arabic language,

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refers to two things. It refers to a Gemorah what it refers to ashes, it refers to ashes, and it it also refers to

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a levy Oh, the holiness it is

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A matter that has been made clear to people and the difference between so it has been it is a matter that has been made clear to people. And that is why when you say a middle letter Ibrahim in Latin Mohammed, it means that there were matters that were confusing for the people. And Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam came, and he clarified those matters for us. And now we are from the middle of Muhammad, we are from that nation or from the people of the followers of Muhammad. But Milla means we are following the clarity that has been provided to us by Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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The second thing is Mala is always referred to you cannot say Milla tool Kennedy in Canadian Mala, you can have that Mila is in Arabic language only attributed to the prophets.

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It's only attributed to the prophets Mala Ibrahim. It's only attributed to prophets. What is the difference between Mila and Dean?

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There are two very close things and people confuse them all the time. Mila is something

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it's the Joomla to Sharia denier. So it's like the comprehensiveness of that knowledge. As for Dean, Dean is it's mainly my laziness. So I am a Muslim. Dini al Islam. I am a Muslim and my deen is Islam. It is my actions and what my believe in what Mila What group do I follow, or I belong to millets Mohamed? I am from the Miller of Muhammad, because there's general generality over there. And it is the clarity that Rasul Allah brings that I follow as for my Deen, it is the practice that I have. And that is why then you can have multiple Dean's gonna have dean will help you gonna have Dean you know, Dean and Nasrani Dean, you can never have militant Nasrani you're gonna have Mila

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Teresa or Lisa millet, Ibrahim Ali Salam. Okay. All right. So he's saying it needs our two mil letter Coleman. Let me know Nabila. Notice what he just did. He said, so there is Mila of Ibrahim Milla of this, and there is this whole section who don't believe in anything. They're like LA Yamuna villa. I have left that path

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of those who claim to be from the Smilla of the people or the group of the people lie Yamuna. Billa they do not believe in Allah subhanaw taala

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Yes, yes. And I'm coming to that. Zach Allah here. That's a he doesn't let you go. This is really good about him. So now the next part of Mila and I was going to refer to this is that

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Mila the last part of Mila is it is is Simone Lima, Shara law, Julio Eva de Isla de Sunil Ambia II, I will show you Bonnie

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okay, very interesting is one. So the Masha Allah, whatever Allah has mandated for us. And the other thing is, it could be Allah listening very bad, it could either listen and be or it could be

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through the tongue, it was through the message of the MBR or the messengers. And then it also says, even in the mala is also used for the Sharia that Shavon has mandated onto people.

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The confusion that he causes amongst the people, so that is the third part of the word milah. It is the Sharia that we're on and the correct Mala is Lisanna MBR that the the the message that has been brought to us through the tongues of the Prophet and then it also attributes to the the back you know, it is a category and it says shape on and whatever the followers of shape on there are also following because on the Day of Judgment what he's going to say a man or be Muslim will come. I'm not going to help you. Right. Right. All I did is I called upon you I had a calling you listened first adjunctively you call you responded to my message, right? First the job Totally you are at

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fault. You followed my message. I am a messenger, but the only differences in shape lines case he's not a true messenger. Then Allah subhanaw taala says, Now you may know Nabila, you are humble if you're at home calf your own. I have left the path of those who do not believe I have left the paths of those who path of those who do not believe like we don't have a law. We're humble, accurate at home Catherine double emphasis and they are the ones that do kufr and they deny the existence of Hera. The word caffeine comes from the root word off.

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Guevara, what is caffeine? I mean,

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the one who hides the one who covers up

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The one who hides the one who covers up that is why a calf here what's an English translation for Katya?

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Farmer

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Kaffir is a farmer in Arabic language. Yeah, it's shocking, right? Liana who you work for will have better after earthly he takes the seed and he hides it in the ground. And from there comes the word fear. Why is he called a Kaffir Liana who? You finit Amma he hides the bounty of Allah and the kaffir who hides the hook the truth? That is why when you say somebody is a Kaffir that means out of a haka, he recognized the truth to Makkah, then he decided that he's going to cover up and conceal it.

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Okay, Katherine is a person who recognizes that. Oh, I know this is true, man. I don't know man. I don't know. Like I got to put this hijab thing on. I can't follow that. And they cover up. That's a Kaffir.

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And there's also gefallen near Mata, which means uncut Aha, somebody who denies the bounty that Allah has given him. That is why many times you will see the word catheter used in context of believers. It is used but it is used in the context that you know, they deny the existence of bounty from Allah subhanaw taala that doesn't mean that they're disbelievers. They're denying the neshamah so the word crafted in the Quran comes in multiple meanings. Not just one.

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Oh, there's another meaning. It's called Tafara Nara. eSATA Raha somebody is another word that comes in Arabic. So hey, Guevara Nara that somebody covered up the fire so that means Kapha Renard that there was fire and he came and he covered up the fire. What fun Raha and he hid the delight of it.

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And all of these meetings, what is it common in covering? You're covering? You're hiding?

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Sorry.

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Oh, nice. You heard that. He's like Kufa and in English. It's called cover, cover, cover cover cover up? Nice. Actually, that was a good one. I would be interested to see if it actually comes from that. To search on that. Who's going through that research to find out what is the the what what did they say when you when you go through this the science? But no, it's not your victimology. It's, it's homology, is it etymology yet? When you go back and you find out where the word actually comes from? Like it's like Earth and

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that I've done the research. The Earth English comes from Earth. In Arabic, the earth in English actually comes from that. But it first went into learning Spanish and from Spanish, it got transferred into Latin, no.

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Latin or Greek like Greek or Latin and then from there, it came into Arabic. Anyhow, whatever that is experts you have Sheikh Hamza Yusuf, he's gonna give you that not me. I can't do that. He will tell you is like this word came from this part of the world and this part of the world and that would translate he was like, whoa,

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what does it mean letter Abba, Ibrahim. I followed the path of my forefathers. Ibrahim, what is helpful? Yeah, who

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is hot and Jacoba Lee, Sarah McConnell, Anna

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and North America Billahi. SHA, the logic is there's not befitting for us to do shirk with Allah subhanaw taala McConnell and enrich recapitalize Russia,

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America and Russia to go bIllahi min shake.

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Valley come in fugly. This Vatika ie this man hedge this update that I'm on is from the father of Allah subhanaw taala Elena upon my forefathers why Allah Ness? And this is also the father on the people. Where's the problem? We're lacking axon NASCI la yesh Quran, majority of the people they don't do shocker. And you know, when I was preparing, like,

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in the morning, when we were here, I was sitting with like Osama and Michaela and I showed them that you know, just the word sugar had like two pages in the dictionary describing the meaning of sugar to full pages of fine print that you would need like if they do not like big print two full pages of what does the word sugar stands for?

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And the simplest one that I'm going to only share one right now is the word sugar stands for a dub or a kettle that eats very little. And then it does two things. It suffices. It doesn't ask for more. And then number two, it yields a lot

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And the connection between that sugar and the sugar that we are asked to do with Allah subhanaw taala. Is the shocker is that when Allah gives us even a smallest bounty, we recognize it, and then we do we yield in our worship and servitude and submission to Allah subhanaw taala a lot more than what Allah has provided us. That is sugar, that is going to keep doing sugar to Allah subhanaw taala. And he says, Well, I can axon as it is Quran majority that people do not do sugar, there was a hadith that I shared with Osama had requested that I should share with all of you. Didn't you request that? Yes, he was really inspired by the Hadith. I was not going to put it in my notes. But

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he said no, no, you should share this, these people are going to benefit from this. And the Hadith says that, who which one of you would like to be called by the name of a Shaka and a cyber and Allah in the eyes of Allah subhanaw taala raise your hand if you want to be called a shocker and Assad. The hadith says if you want to do that, two things, when you look at and I'm paraphrasing this it's an Arabic and I'm paraphrasing this. First whenever you look at somebody in the matters of dunya in the matters of dunya.

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And you see that person far below you in level of

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prosperity, comfort that you have. You look at that person and you thank Allah subhanaw taala

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you thank Allah subhanaw taala that Allah subhanaw taala has blessed you with all of that that you have. And the second is when a person sees somebody that is far ahead of you.

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When it comes to arriba and connection to Allah, that person, he looks at that person and submits thuc Da Vinci and he follows that footsteps. He's like, I want to be like that person, man, look at this guy's law. Look at this guy's Quran, I want to follow Him. And when he does that, when the person has these two qualities, then the Prophet alayhi salam said, you could have won the law, he saw the run with Shakira, that person is written in imagine. And then when that person is written, the sovereign was Shakira, we know from another Hadith, when a particular attribute is applied to an A person in Allah subhanaw taala in the realm up above, what happens? Allah subhanaw taala calls

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Gibreel Ali Salam and he says,

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This person is solver and Shakira, and I love him. So then Jabril Ali Salam says, and Allah says, so you should love him, then God is Salam goes and calls all the angels on the first sky, then the second and seventh, sixth, fifth, fourth, all the skies successively, until the angels have the first guy, they start talking and chatting with saying, oh, Allah loves this person.

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So you should all love him, until every single exists turned existent in this world, every single creation of Allah subhanaw taala starts loving you.

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Allah grant assignability in sha Allah and grant us that Tofik to be from the ones who are loved in the realm of Allah subhanho wa Taala and that love transcends and we are impacted and affected by that love of Allah subhanaw taala in this life and we are protected by that love in the in Accra insha Allah

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then Allah subhanaw taala says yes or hey by your surgeon out of bobbum Whatever for your own Hiren Amilla hula hula hop is it better to have multiple multiplicity in your rub? In your your Lords with different tone and they're all different heights? Are they better? I mean la hula Hill kaha understanding this point is that in the matters of the world, numbers lead to power.

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So when you have more people supporting you, that is power, more people following you power. But in the matters of ILA yet

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number of people decreases the power it's the exact opposite. So he's saying is it better for you logically think about it like it is better for you to have multiple gods and then you know what, if you were to ask the people that believe in multiple gods you know, yeah, it's better man one is for rain one is for this and the other like you don't but that doesn't make sense because that's weakness because that God can only control one thing. As for oh my god, he's all powerful. He can control everything. And logically UCLan not Sharon Aculon if we just use our intellect what's better, having one that is all powerful or multiple that have separated powers, and they have power

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in one relevant they don't have power in another? Correct. So logically, it's always from just purely intellectual perspective. It is much better for have to have one power full God than multiple ones.

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And that's the same thing. He's asking them.

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You guys asked them. I mean, why no matter, I will do what I'm doing here.

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Now he comes to the point he says, whatever you're worshipping, all it is is names. There's no reality behind names. When I say this is a cell phone, when I say this is a mic, the mic has a Quiddity it has a reality that exists. And then it has a name. Everything that is named in the world it has reality he's saying, all you're doing is you're worshipping bunch of names. Those names do not have any real reality in the cosmos or an ontological reality. They're baseless. There's just names a smile on some made them ah, and two more about how come you and your forefather got together and named man's and Allah who we haven't sold on you don't have any salt on the same thing.

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Remember, we talked about it different words, the sister had asked what was the word she had asked.

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The first thing I did today said sold on delille was the first word

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I and Baja. And so the motor idea for the scenario is sold on Mandela who behind me and told Don there is no authority or clear evidence or power that have been revealed to you. It'll hook more in

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all the hokum the matter the decisions belong to Allah subhanaw taala. And what his his decision what is his hokum, Amara, He has commanded a letter I will do Illa iya, none shall be worshipped other than him. Then he got Dino am, this is the correct affirmed religion while I can, the problem is axon Nursey, Leia, Allah moon, majority of the people they do not believe they do not know.

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Over here a small point, a small tangent that I want to focus on.

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Which is

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when Allah says, Well, I can axon naskila, Allah moon, there is a half banal between the scholars, whether the people that are living in today's time, and if the true message of Islam has not reached them, are they going to be punished or not? There's a difference amongst the people. And I personally believe and I find the opinion, which is that, because of such propaganda against Islam, and the message of Islam not being clear for people, a lot of the people that are in today's world that have not received the true clear message of Islam, which is not convoluted, or which is not, it doesn't have any convexity or concavities, with, you know, you know, different, you know, meanings

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that people might take away from an assumptions. Many of the people that exist in today's day and age, they would belong from the category of those that have not received the message correctly.

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And they would be from those people that are the ruling that applies to them as annual fattura that they are from the people who would be and that's one opinion, there is the other opinion which says, As long as they heard about Allah and His Messenger, they are held accountable and they will be you know, there will be a very severe punishment for them. I think on the contrary, this is my again I'm it's not my opinion, I lean to the other opinion, which is, they're going to be same thing they will be treated where Allah subhanaw taala is going to bring them if the true message was not given to them if we would ask them and say going to he would command as a hadith mentions, you will command

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them to go into hellfire if they listen to the Command of Allah subhanaw taala and enter the Hellfire then they will enter Jannah but if they refuse, then they will be thrown in jail fire because they're disobedient and that's how Allah is going to decide the knifes the inclination or the inclination of that soul whether it is going to believe in Allah and His commands or is it going to be a soul that is going to be out like you know, deviant Okay,

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well, yeah Sahiba usage in a coma. As for one of you all my people all my favorite companions in the prison as for one of you is the robber who hombre one of you is going to be the one who will give the drink of Hummer wine to his Rob or to his master will unveil her and the second one will be crucified for your slab for that polo player on the ROTC he the birds are going to eat from its head or the umbrella the feet of stuff the and the matter that you ask about. It has been decided deciphered the matter has been communicated. I live up to stuff the and the question that you asked about, you know, this fatwa that you have it has been I've given you a verdict and this verdict is a

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done deal. It's not going to change.

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Now over here, two things.

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That's definitely an issue. I need to get into this.

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No, I don't need to get

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there now. No, no. Okay.

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Yeah, I think this is going to take us on a different path.

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Okay, J next is our pilot living in Havana and

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Who this interesting Allah subhanaw taala uses the word of one now the root word of Luna is what? VA no known of Unoh VA known known

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I'm just reading somebody's commentary. So law no known that's the root word.

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And basically one means it's either Schuck or your teen. And it is one of those words that are the opposites remember, we talked about the words that are

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out there that the one word can have both meanings for example, today I was I was, you know, having a lot of fun with Arabic language with Osama and you know this word which is what all so what is what I mean?

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What it means behind but it also means in Arabic language front

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also means front

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what kind of aura home Malecon?

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Yeah cool Luca, Luca surfing an agenda that you know on their destination in front of them was the king that was going to take away the Safina that ship last been forcefully. So the word water also means what are you what are you holding him from behind their backs and what are also means in the Quran front. Similarly, the word W

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it means frog you know before and it means after.

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So similarly the word over here is one night it means Chuck and one night it means Yeti both meanings. In the Quran when the word one Na is followed by Anna or Inna, then the meaning is always working.

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And when the word is left alone, add as a one. Then that particular word usually means doubt. Okay, and that's how you're going to decipher when you're going to the Quran. When the one comes. If it Vonda and now in Nirvana and to uneme hula in Serbia, I had your cane that I'm going to meet myself. Right? That's where it sort of worked out, right? In New Zealand to a new lab in Serbia. Ha, ha ha ha, yes. Certain.

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I know Najim in Houma. So he had a firm belief that this person is going to be freed. So Yusuf Ali Salam says, What Cordonnier in Arabic, they go and make sure you remain remote. Like you speak about me. You've known me, you've known my case, I was forcefully pulled into the prison. I didn't do anything wrong. I want you to go and talk to the king about my matter. For Ansel Shavon or the Kurata Biggie

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and Trayvon made him forget

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the remembrance or dimension of his master Ira be his master Allah subhanaw taala. Who is this for answer who?

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Who is this for answer who shaytaan? Who did shaitan make? Forget him forget who was this person?

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Nigerian.

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Okay, good. So we talked about a concept. Who said you said you said you said to use it. You said I heard a voice here. You said use of Okay. So here's one of those very interesting moments or points where the you will find that majority of the majority or I would say a good number of Mufasa Mufasa Iran that suggests they have said that this is you surviving salaam

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right. And there's a there's a decent number of them that said, it is not possible that this is Yusuf Ali salaam, because you cannot attribute the CIFA the characteristic the quality of nisi an forgetfulness to unabIe because if a NaVi starts forgetting, then everything is gone because now we cannot forget.

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So from the concept of Muslims are Aveda infallibility of the prophets is one of the tenants of our faith. They're MBR or MASL, manual Hatha, they do not make mistakes. And then when we say oh, the shaitan was able to deceive them that is impossible. If you have Colombia it is not possible. Okay. So then I did some research and I wanted to find out why did all these woofers you know, like big ones that call to be poverty? It's really interesting, none of them had mentioned where are they got this call from?

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So all the other sayings if they quote something, if they say this verse should be understood like this, they will say that

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It is this this Sahabi or this Dabiri or I got it from this site Dabiri I got this from this Sahabi they mentioned the source about this one, they do not mention a source

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and the only source that I was able to find found find where the sources that are usually influenced by the sort of Aliette they're influenced by the Jewish Judeo Christian traditions and they that tradition, you know, they mentioned that in much detail that you know, Satan came and made use of Elisa Lam or Joseph forget the mention of God or father they use the word father and stuff like that. So, I my assumption is this is something that they had taken for face value because that was the only understood opinion. My personal personal understanding is shaitan cannot influence a Nebby so this is unset who I answer and G and Saffi. The person who was the Safdie the one who was you

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know, giving, pouring wine to his master, he forgot to mention shaitan made him forget to mention his Rob ie his master for Allah visa, so use of it salaam he remained for Sydney in the prison, Bill Icynene. Bill Barr basically means anywhere between three to nine years, he remained in the prison three to nine years on Al Malik The King said in Arosa, rotten Semaan I see seven very, very fat cows. Yeah, coluna seven on your HF and I see seven really lean ones was up some Bula team hood Green and I see seven years. Seven years of green holder green ones were ohana. Yeah, besides and I see the seven others that are dry ones. Yeah, you hold Mala Oh, my, my my chieftains of Tony if you

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give me a verdict give me a fatwa of my rule

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of Tony Pharaoh. Yeah, in contumely little Rukia they are grown if you have the ability to explain and do tarbiyah of the word Darby in the Arabic language comes from the root word about all about all right Bara and the essence of the meaning is Al India Kalu Minalima, Julie ll maloom. To go from an unknown state to unknown state.

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Okay.

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So if I look at you, for example, I looked at you

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I have absolutely no idea what you are thinking

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until you start doing therapy or have that through your lesson. And expressing that to me, to allow me to enter into the state of knowing of what is happening inside of you.

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Clear? So that's what about the who did eyebrow Listen up, Burr, listen, that my my tongue expressed, what does it express, it expressed the unknown to the audience which is inside of you, and you're able to express it to the people ahead of you, in front of you. Okay, the other thing is

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very good, all the other meaning of the word in Arabic, usually, usually we use the word eyebrow, or in order to say,

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what is a brush mean? Or undraw? It means that an event happen. But the real understanding of what I need to take away from that event that is very broad. What is the lesson for me? We all hear stories, but very few of us walk away from those stories with things that are going to influence and change our life. That is called tabular data you don't follow otherwise to Atlanta.

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They said, Eduardo. This is just confused dreams. And basically, Allahu Allah is have you ever seen like especially now it's a really interesting time. If you ever go on hikes and stuff like that, sometimes you're going to see a bunch of weeds. So you'll see a branch and a weed and some sort of grass and they'll all be jumbled up together and they'll be entangled and then as the air blows them, they start becoming into a bigger ball and a bigger ball into a bigger ball. That is called Allahu Alem which means a whole bunch of mixed up things there's no true essence to that ball. It there's no there's a little bit of a grasp a little bit of weeds, a little bit of that little bit of

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not that kind of weed, but little bit of you know, the jungly weed, the wild we use laughing daily to weed

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out Corona

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right

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these are confused of dreams woman and OB that will allow me the I mean, we don't know them.

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meaning of these dreams we can tell you about the meanings by levena German Houma the one who remembered he said, Oh, I remember

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what that Cara by the OMA, this is something so amazing. The word what Dukkha

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it is referring that, you know what, like when he heard about this, he sat there. And the imagery that you know, the Arabic is I'm not gonna break this word down because was like what is in Dakota and like there's a whole grammar that is happening here. Just the meaning is translation is he remembered, but the essence is he saw an event. And you know, when sometimes you're like, Oh, man.

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I know. I know. I know. I know. I know. But like you're trying to grasp that straw. You're like, oh, look, I know, I know. I know. I know. I know, like I can. Man, I have a hunch, like, I know I can get to this, like I just can't figure it out. And then it's got it. I know exactly what I'm going to do for you. That moment when we are trying to where our subconscious, our conscious knows that it has come across a particular information that is going to be important for me to solve this particular problem. And I'm not able to bring that from my subconscious out. And I'm struggling with my conscious to find a ripple that I can cling on to and I can bring that memory back.

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That is called what dukkah

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would therapy with therapy be an example of Diaby

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therapy? Example of tambien?

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Yeah, yeah, you're right. Therapy would be called to IVR. You can say that because you're trying to express something that is inside of you. So therapy would definitely.

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Again, you have to define what exactly do you mean by therapy? But yes, it would be

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where did I stop? Somebody nudge me

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know what Dr. Martin what the karamba omitting the word OMA is used for three different meanings, one Zemon time second, OMA is used for Joomla two minute NAS group of people. Third, OMA is also used, when a particular individual is complete. So that individual he has all the qualities that of goodness that could ever exist in the human beings throughout the entirety of our existence.

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And those are only very few individuals that have a TI attain that and, and the ones that we know which Allah subhanaw taala has referred to is in Ibrahima Karna or MA. Ibrahim was a nation

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he he had encompassed in him every possible good trade that any human can show either human Korean

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and the same is said about Rasul allah sallallahu sallam, and the same is said about other people.

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There are three other Ambia do have a CERAM

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Musashi Salam recently said Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam and Ibrahim Allison and those are the five oil as it is mentioned about them that these were the five Ambia Uxmal and they have come like they have shown that they were perfect in every aspect of human capacity in goodness.

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You also for us to do this person he comes and he says Oh Martin, I know what to do commit that we leave our seat only I will tell you the meaning of this dream send me useful he said oh use of EUR USD, or truth truthful one, F Tina Pisa, Eva Corot useful or USA did notice what is the one memory he has of use of Ali Salaam. He sees Yusuf Ali salam after so long what's the first thing he remembers about use of it Sarah? Is he was truthful. The difference between Assad and Sadiq is a Cydia lie hack is evil other than he never lies. It is not possible for him to lie in his in his actions and in his call. As for Assad.

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As far as truthful one there is a possibility of somebody lying right. It is different from somebody having the lack of of saga that is different. We're talking about the root the meaning here, so that is a person. You can say Masha Allah He is most of the time he says true, there could be a possibility for him. The possibility for him exist to lie, but for a Cydia the past

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ability of lying does not exist.

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And this is a min Zilla that Allah subhanho wa Taala grants people.

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You cannot attain it with your striving. You can make dua for it along my journey Minister divino short

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to Allah make me from the ones who are Siddiqui and the marchers as mentioned in one of the Hadees

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ft Nafeesa. Essentially it's not a hadith it's one of the guys that one of the Sahaba these made ft Nafi Sabir Eva Bharat give us a fatwa on the seventh and he mentioned something about karate and and he mentioned the same story I'm going to skip this just for the eye because there's you know, the dream he's saying give us the give me the meaning or give us the meaning concerning the seven fat cows being eaten by the seventh lien cows and seven years of green ones and others that are dry ones, Lolly Algeria Ilana so that I can go back to the people laleham Jana, mon so that they may be able to know. Here's the beautiful part. And this is this is something I was going to skip but I'm

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not going to skip now. The word F Tina comes from fatwa or fathia Fattah Yeah. Wow.

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And the word fatwa, what's fatwa who knows what word fatwas

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Have you ever heard of the word fatwa? What is it

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it's a So somebody said on Facebook it's a ruling. It is it is it is what do you say it's a permit

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No, not to do something that's haram

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that was done, but it's a good attempt it is to prevent somebody from doing something haram. So you say this is a fatwa and you say you cannot do this this is haram or you can do this this is a halal and similarly ruling on a certain situation yes. Now fatwa or Vitya is basically an Arabic language source of power.

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Okay, the word fatsia actually means source of power. And then we in our in our society or in our living in our existence, we require three different types of powers. We require we require a power of a level Eliya muscle power, body power, muscle power, we require power that is actually yeah. intellectual power, and we require power to muster through the life challenges and that power is called a fatwa a lack idea,

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which is creed, power, that you know our our belief system, what do I believe about this world? What do I believe about life about Allah subhanaw taala. So my belief systems, my intellectual power, my ability to reason and intellectual use of my intellect, the use of my intellect, and allow Vidya my physical power.

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So when we go and ask for a fatwa from somebody, and most of the time the word fatwa has been only prescribed to the knowledge of the leader, but it can be used for knowledge of understanding of intellect. When I come and ask for a fatwa from somebody I'm telling, you know, in other words, I'm saying, I have a defect in me in this particular area, I am not able to complete my power in this area. Can you help me with your power of that understanding? So you have power in that area? Can you fulfill my Knox? Can you fulfill my weakness here so I can fulfill my power?

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And that's what happens when we ask for too far from somebody. We have a weakness in our after the or belief system we're not able to understand and the chef or the person or a Mufti says it is like this and now you feel empowered and you go back and you do it or you don't do it. Okay.

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There are two root words for it. Yeah, and wow.

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Okay. Carla says Raja sabar, acini in the oven. He said, right away. He did not say, Oh, I told you to go and tell your master and now you come back to me. What kind of person are you? How dare you? Shame on you? How could you even think of talking to me? Right over here. It says auditors in our own right away, no introductions got straight to the point and that is what a Muslim does when Allah has given you a knowledge and the other person has neglected you. You do not say oh, you know, because of my interpretation. You actually ended up living and the first thing you do is you actually forget about me what kind of person are you?

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Are let us around us about our scene in the event. You're going to do zero

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Ah cultivate seven ears. farmer has set them for the roof is humbly whatever you harvest leave it in its ears I do not remove the grain from the years except a little from which you're going to eat. Then you're going to come seven years she dad severe ones, you will eat whatever you would have harvested and put in your Russian whatever you would have saved or sent ahead Ilkka ulama to obviously known very few that you will be a very little that you will be able to protect. Next verse, Then comes after that I'm on fee you also NAS people will be helped in that year will be here soon and you will squeeze a lot ie you will be able to get a lot out of that time that time. Again,

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remember what we said as sort of squeeze, you'll be able to squeeze and reap the benefits of those harvests. Were called medical Dunleavy. The king said Bring him to me by la magia I heard rasool Allah Jr. When the messenger came to use of Ali salaam, and he said, obviously look how Allah subhanaw taala skips all the part. Then the messenger went back then he told the king about this dream and the interpretation of the dream, then the king is like Who told you about this interpretation? And the king is like the person that the Sati he's like, oh, there's a guy called use of in the prison, all of that you fulfill that gap just by you know, Allah subhanaw taala

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automating that. And this is the beauty of Quran, Allah America. Tony The King said, Bring him to me for la magia ahora Rasool, when the messenger came to him, Allah Gera over here Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said a very beautiful thing. He said, If I was in the place of use of it salaam, I would have come out of the prison. I wouldn't have waited. I wouldn't have told the messenger go back. Why did he send the messenger to go back? First? Alma Barlow Nisswa. I'll let you talk about an idea on going ask about the incidence of the hand cutting. When asked about that incident. Beautiful point, one of them will foster he says, notice how he did not expose the wife.

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He made it very like general about the woman. He could have said, can you go and ask about immortalises what she was trying to do and all the seduction games that she was doing with me? Like, why? Because this is from Babel, isn't he nominal Mycenaean because he is from the ones who always does good. He did not want him to expose and humiliate his master who took care of him because remember, he says in the Hora br cinemas why he is my master and he has done something really good for me. How can I be evil towards him. So he still honored that amazing treatment and never exposed. And that is that is a very important Hadees for every single one of you. And that's very important.

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This is a very important lesson for every single one of us. If you walk away with this, Masha, Allah, don't ever, ever expose a Muslim.

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Ever.

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Always remember this,

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that if you cover up for a Muslim, if you cover up for a Muslim in this dunya

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Allah subhanho wa Taala is going to cover up your sins, on the Day of Judgment. You're going to be standing in front of Allah subhanaw taala, your book is going to be going through and you know that you have done this sin, you know that you watched that website, you know that you did this once and you know what happened in that motel. You did all those sins, and then Allah subhanaw taala you're going to be flipping through the book and you're going to be like, can't find this man what's happening, and you're going to be so scared at that moment.

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Allah subhanaw taala is going to call you close. And he's going to say, I tend to call them Bucha Do you remember that sin of yours? And he's going with Allah Europe the I remember that. I tend to call Qaeda. Do you remember that sin that you did? The person that yeah, I remember it. And then he's going to Allah subhanaw taala is going to say, Sir, to hire laka duniya I covered up your sins. Those sins, I covered them up for you in this dunya was the Estoril highlight video and today I've covered it up to you for you too.

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This is so never ever get into this mode of exposing somebody else and their mistakes. Always remember that you don't want to be exposed by Allah subhanaw taala the biggest Neshama you and I are living and living today at this moment. After the name of Eman is the concealment that Allah has done for your sins and your sins and my sins. If Allah exposes imagine, if I'm sitting here and then you have like these cards that tell you all the sins I have done.

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Not so we'll come to that. So

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So this is exposing where you you know that the individual that is not necessarily essential that his question is what if the sits in could cause a harm to others. So when I'm talking about the sins, these sins are specifically sins, that when we say, Marcia, it is something that I do in a court of Allah subhanaw taala when there is something which is gerima, which is crime, you expose it, like killing somebody is about to kill someone who's like, oh, I can, I can expose that. No, that's John, that's a criminal offense, what we're talking about is like somebody's you know, he, you know, he's outwardly something else. But at the back, he has another life. And then Allah

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subhanaw taala, somehow some some miraculous way you were driving by, like, I'll give you an example. Like, I was driving by, and I ended up being like, I don't want to even mention cities, because then we'll give it away. So I was in one of the cities, and a particular well known shape, right, like I just randomly happen to run into him. And, you know, and I caught him like smoking a cigar, right, and he gives footballs about not smoking.

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Yeah, and then I had chats with him in conversations. And he you know, and he said to me, he said, This is the biggest weakness Allah has created for me.

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And I get up every single day at night. And I ask Allah subhanaw taala that he gives me the strength to get rid of the cigars from my life.

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So remember, that that Imam that Allah gives that opportunity to stand on that member, he also is struggling with things in his life.

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And he is as human as you are.

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The only difference is that he may be a little bit more than you in knowledge and awareness about Sharia. That is why as a as a as a chef, as a as a chef or as a speaker, as a hadith, you are not calling people to your actions. You are calling people to the knowledge that Allah has given you. Every person knows that the chef has not full he cannot fulfill the obligation of the knowledge that he has. We know that but the chef now on the part of the chef is not to say you know what, I don't need to practice man I got knowledge. Like the shift really needs to be in his A game when it comes to practicing to Okay, so never ever tried to expose but that's a really good point. Thank you for

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clearing that. That was really good thought because there's a difference between

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there's a difference between

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crime and sin. So thank you so much. That was good. Where do we stop?

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Okay, in Nairobi. BKD Hiner Eileen, my Rob Allah subhanaw taala is well aware we've got one page left inshallah we'll be ending soon.

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Any questions?

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Column alpha two book on either our tuna use of so they came in they said. So the king he called upon all these women, and he said, What's your affair? When he were trying to seduce Yusuf Ali salaam, full Nahusha Lila they all said together Hashmatullah perfect is a llama kalimna Amin was soo ma alumna I let him in. So we don't know any evil that has ever come to us or any evil that has been attributed to use of Elisa, or let him rot to disease and the woman, the wife of the disease. She said Alana has Halswell help has HESA is actually helpful. The root word is Hausa. But the Arabic in Arabic language there are few words that you know to bring emphasis there are pronounced

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like that has ha

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ha sauce. And there are other words like that. So how salsa is something that became super clear, I'll help to the truth and are our two infc I try to seduce him. Ya know Hola, Mina, Saudi 18. And he's the truthful one. Ie He's not lying. I'm the one that was at fault. That ICA and I'm coming out openly with this. Now use of it said I was saying Vatika I asked you for this Lea alum so that my master I either you know the lazy Xenos and Neelam Han who believed I was not the one who was trying to deceive him, and I was not the one who betrayed him in his absence. Well, and Allah Allah decadal ha in in Allah does not guide the ones who betray. And this is such a beautiful maxim that you can

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take away. Betrayal

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of any type

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is never going to lead you to guidance.

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Never ever

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if you try to betray a cause, a mess

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question of belief, any type of betrayal, a promise and you try to betray somebody, when you learn from it, any type of betrayal will never lead you like it is it is one of the few things that if person is even guided, that Allah can take away that guidance from that person.

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Allah protect us from that.

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Well, I'm at Liberty or NFC and I do not absolve myself of responsibility. But I basically means anybody Obama, you know, the shaytaan he says, anybody only matters record, I am absolved of whatever should you do on the day of judgment is that Shangela is going to be like, anybody remember this? All I did is I called upon you, you guys responded to me. First to jump to lead. So don't blame me for that they don't want me well, Norman Foster home shaitan is going to see other danger, don't blame me blame yourself. I absolve myself of any responsibility. So Bora Bora to Zima means to absolve yourself of any responsibility in the warmer overview NFC, I do not absolve myself of any

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responsibility in a NASA indeed the sole the knifes the Amara to me, Sue. Now, this whole, NASA American is Sue Su, that these three words can be a lecture on its own. There are three different types of knifes and stuff like that. I'm not going to go into that because we'll go into a tangent. This is not a desert gear class, but if you want to read more on it, then definitely go and read about the different levels and types of nefs that exists you can look it up in Google read an article there are three different types of monotone musuem you know, naturally low enough Sumatera in and all of these new foods and it's really interesting to read about it. Some of the good

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articles that are written on it there's a there's a nice article on I believe

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I believe it's on Muslim matters. I believe there's a very nice article on the categories of knifes or something like that I remember reading it like 910 years ago but there's some good content out there do search it up in sha Allah

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or almost two more

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sushi Kane

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all of you online I wish that you guys could have sushi with us today but we don't have delivery service yet. So Charla

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okay where did we stop in Uppsala and Murata in the NAFSA? A marathon de su the knifes commands for evil Elana Rahim robi except the ones that Allah gives mercy. Allah has mercy on their on their souls on their nests in rugby for over him indeed my Rob is the one who is law for forgiving Rahim, the most merciful, Allah medical Tony be selfless holy enough. See, call him bring him to me. A stylist who enough See remember we talked about it more or less smokeless. mirthless is the one gehad Africa sub he really worked hard and he became from the sincere ones more loss is a loss elected you and then you started striving in the path of Allah subhanaw taala same root word over

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here as lists who I select him he was chosen by the king li enough see for myself for alum Kalama who when he spoke to him, Allah in nickel yo Mala Dana McCune, I mean, he said you are going to be in a very established and a terse trustworthy position. Right here he said on a journey Holla Holla in

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make me the finance minister.

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Why in me Hafizullah Eileen, I am the one who is Hafeez I am a great guardian, Eileen and I have knowledge about accounting about this matter.

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And this is very important. When you are for example, in the matters of nested like for example, your name is Osama right? So Osama he came, you know, he said, Oh, I'm I'm from Lebanon, and I recently he recently came to Canada. And you know, mashallah he comes through the subway rides the bus and comes to the class over here. And he said,

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he came to me and said, You know, I have like all these skills in like, obs and like whatever and camera and this and that. And I used to do this on YouTube, right? Can I help you guys? Similarly, Allah might have given you other skills. So you present yourself and your skill and they say, I'm good at it, I can do this. And in the matters of masjids in the matters of good causes, you should always put yourself forward if you know that you have that skill. And you can help somebody else. Don't be shy as I go. I'm very humble. I do to outdoor. That's like bequest to other like nobody wants to throw out there. That's like nonsense, because there's a gap and you have a person who's

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trying to use the camera who can't even turn on the camera and you have the camera and you know, how can you use the camera and you sit there like no

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Subhan Allah only if you knew how to do this like I'm just under going to have to although I'm not going to get up and fix this that's that's not that's like arrogance you if you have that knowledge you come out and you help the other person. Okay that is and that's what we learned from this point. Go Daddy come up can I use of remember we said karate caca Valley caca radica it always refers to the way his dream he saw the dream we saved you somebody said I'm from the well we established karate get because Africa because Africa is always referred to that remember, this is how the matters of Allah subhanaw taala our karate come a canal the use of this is how the matters of Allah

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subhanaw taala are and we established use of filing he's

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got about what I mean her height we are Shah he's settled down in the lands of Egypt wherever he wishes. No sleep will be Rama Tina Nisha la Akbar. Allah touches who ever he wishes with his mercy. May Allah touch us with His mercy while our nuclear was seen and we will never ever waste the reward of the ones who do good. And then Allah subhanaw taala says in the last I wala jural Latifi. Yeah, you will be given rewards in your dunya but remember one thing I drew a hero to hire, the best reward

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is in the Asha.

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May Allah grant us the jewel in Accra Insha Allah, little levena Manu for whom is this reward selected in its selective to a specific category. Allah says loving man or no Turco Hone on it is for the ones who have eemaan May Allah grant us camel complete Eman? What can we add to own and when they were in this dunya they were always striving yet their own. They were striving to attain Taqwa. The word yet to hone over here is in what sentence? What? Sorry, what tense? Is it mildly or malaria?

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Anybody who's in Arab Tommy Muladhara. Jimmy, present continuous tense. So the meaning we're getting is their state of Taqwa was a perpetual struggle. And they continuously went out of Taqwa and they put got themselves back into Taqwa they made mistake went out of taqwa, got them so that in the tough part, they made a mistake. So they were constantly in this effort of staying in the state of Taqwa with iman.

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And I ask Allah subhanho wa Taala that he grants us the ability to have Taqwa jackal Mala Hayden for staying with me so long. I know that I missed so much. Like I feel so sad that I have to cut these these these sessions. This is short by the way. Like this is short. This is like me trying to do a short. Anyhow, thank you everybody that is online.