Quranic Progression – Part 4

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Malik Muhammad Allah Baraka

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smilla rahmanir rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa sallahu wa sallim ala Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi ah Marian

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so inshallah we're continuing with the bhasma smilla rahmanir rahim and last week we spoke about the

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I think we finished as we were going through the word for word meaning of the best manner. And he spoke about

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I think we spoke about the word Islam and last pantalla, which we'd covered before anyway, in this era. And then we were speaking about Rahmani Raheem these two names that Allah subhanho wa Taala adds into the best manner and in particular the meaning of aroma and the concept of aroma and mercy that we find commonly mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And we mentioned a number of Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam speaking about the vast comprehensive nature of Allah subhanaw taala is mercy. And really the Hadith and the texts that speak about a loss of mercy are so many, that it would be difficult to mention all of

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them in one place, and at one time. So we have for example, those famous Hadith like the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the city with his companions, and they see a woman searching for a child. And then she eventually finds a child and she hugs him so tightly and so close to herself, because she was afraid of having lost. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said to the companions, do you think that this mother would ever throw her child willingly into the fire? And he said, No, no, almost in Java lashley will never do so. The profit reports are lower, and he will send them that a lot is more merciful to his servants than this mother is to her child. And that's

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why some of the scholars of Islam used to say that if we had the choice on human piano between a lot judging us, and between our mother's judging us, we will choose the loss of Hannah Rotella because a large surgeon is more merciful, has more Rama is more compassionate, more gentle, more kind towards us than even our own parents. And then we have those other How do you think the Hadith of the man who at the time of his death gathered his children, and he told them to

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to cremate his body and wait for a day of a strong wind and to scatter his ashes half on land, half and sea? And then Allah subhanaw taala gathers this map together and says to him, why did you do what you did? Why did you ask them to do what they did? And the memory president, he says a lot out of fear for you. And so a large division forgives him and enters them into gender. And then you have other Hadith of the prophets and allowed He will send them over the man who will come and Yeoman piano with 99 schools of evil deed. Each school when it is enrolled, will go as far as the horizon as far as the eye can see all of evil deeds. And a lot of kind of data will say to that man, a

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normal piano what could you do you have that you can bring on this day? And the man will reply and you will say, Oh well, I have nothing good that I can bring in relation to 99 schools of evil deeds.

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And then Allah subhanaw taala will say to that man rather today you will not be oppressed. Today, there is no oppression for you, and allow command the angels to bring forth the good deeds of this man what the Hadith says that he will have only a bata a card upon which it is written in the law and is happy amongst the scholars is known as the Hadith of the Hadith of the card, for that very reason. So the man will see the card and he will say over line relation to 99 scrolls of evil deeds, what good is this one clock and Allah subhanaw taala was teaching today you will not be oppressed and allow away his 19 schools of Evil games with that one card upon which it says La ilaha illa

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Allah and the cloud will be heavier than the maintenance clause of evil deeds and allow forgive him and enter him into gender. And there are countless Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that speak about the importance of this concept of mercy. So it is something which Allah Subhana Allah mentions often in the Quran and it is mentioned as part and parcel of the best manner right and again, it will be mentioned in sort of fat has well in diverse manner right. So what are social mentions? These two names both of them refer to the attribute of a lot less. The scholars of Islam say that when the two names are mentioned individually,

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okay.

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You will

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Okay so we will see that when these tunings of Allah Subhana Allah right man or Rahim man they mentioned individually in the Quran alone, on the roles of man is mentioned by itself or Rahim is mentioned by itself. Each one denotes the other, each one implies the meanings of the other

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But when the two of them I mentioned together like in sort of fancy hands like in the best manner, so you have a Rahmani Raheem together, then each one signifies something different for each one enhances or mentions or emphasizes a different meaning and a different aspect of the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And one of the things that we find that a large Virgil mentioned the name mercy with other names as well, so it's not just a Rahman and Rahim coming together, but there are other names like for example, a large diligences or a book on the Rama salado death, and your Lord is not forgiving, full of mercy. So forgiveness is mentioned with Mercy. Mercy implies not only forgiveness

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but implies compassion, and applies gentleness and implies kindness, that implies forbearance all of those are meanings that come under the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala. Why because when a large diligent forgives, his forgiveness is complete, right? Allah Subhana data doesn't hold anything on that person. A large circle doesn't hold any

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Lost Planet Allah doesn't remind the person of the evil that they did, once he's forgiven them. So includes gentleness includes kindness includes compassion. It also includes forbearance and patience. So when Allah subhanaw taala, forgive someone, his forgiveness includes his patients, to Allah, that the person sins a little low waits for them to make Toba and waits and waits and allies patient with them or Allah doesn't hold us to account for our sins immediately. But Allah gives us chance after chance after chance. And then even after 1015 years of sitting, when a person makes one act of tober, one act of repentance, Allah Subhana, Allah forgives them. For all of those 1015 years

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of sins, right? They don't have to make Toba for 15 years to make up for the 15 years of sins. One act of Toba one act of repentance is enough for a lot of dollars, mess. And likewise a large soldier in another soldier in Scotland. He says war bucola honey Judo Rama and your Lord is friable need White Witch and he is full of mess. So lots of panels that are not part of his richness, part of his free of being in need, and in need of anyone's help or he needs a need of anyone's assistance is His mercy subhana wa Tada. Because sometimes we're merciful towards people that we want to take favor from right? We're merciful towards people that we want to impress, we're merciful towards people

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because sometimes we have no other option except to forgive someone because that person is more powerful than us. Right? So we don't have a choice. If you have someone who's weak, someone who, for example is you know, subject to a lord or king or someone who's a powerful person, and maybe they're tyrannical. Maybe they're, you know, like a dictator or desperate. And then the person comes in, and he says, and he does something wrong. You know, the dictator does something wrong. He presses one of the subjects, and then it says, Tim, forgive me, that person has no other choice, or they have to forgive them, they hold them to account. There's no recourse for justice for them. But when Allah

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subhanaw taala forgives, he is rich to paradise. Allah doesn't need anything, a lot of social forgives from a position of mercy, right, not from a position of, of weakness. And that's where a large religion sometimes mentioned the name disease, which means full of mite, and full of power, with a Rahim that he is full of mess, right, because a lot of soldier forgives from a position of strength. So these two names when they mentioned together Rahmani Raheem, they have a number of meanings. So when I mentioned individually, Iraq MANOVA, when they mean merciful in all of its aspects and all of its comprehensive meaning, but when they're mentioned together, you have a rough

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man or woman like in the best manner. Liking Surah Fatiha, each one emphasizes a slightly different meaning. And there are three differences between the two, when they mentioned together between men or Rahim when they mentioned together, there's a difference in the linguistic point of view from a viewpoint of linguistic or linguistic standpoint, from a meaning standpoint, number two, and number three from an eloquent standpoint. So as for the meaning or the literal standpoint of Rahmani Raheem, then a rough man refers to Allah subhana wa Tada. His attribute, the attribute of a larger version of man, that Allah subhanaw taala is full of mercy, that a larger will by his nature is

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merciful. So it's referring to Allah subhana wa tada himself. That is his nature that allows the origin is merciful. And that's why Allah Subhana Allah in the Quran, and by the way, some of the scholars and we're of the opinion that the name of man is the second of the greatest Names of Allah right? So we're going to come on, you know, when you go to the class will speak about the great name of Allah is Milena, what is the latest name of Allah subhanaw taala. Many of the scholars are of the opinion that the Greatest Name is the name of Allah itself. And we'll go into detail concerning that but there is a difference of people

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You know, there are a number of opinions and sayings among scholars as to what is the greatest name of a lot. Some of those scholars said that the second Greatest Name of Allah subhanho data is the name of Rama. Because man is unique to a large religion. It's not a name that is given to other than Allah subhana wa Tada. It is a name that belongs to only Allah. So you can't call someone ramen.

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Ramen or ramen isn't a name that you can ascribe to people, even to describe them as a description as an attribute as a characteristic. A ramen belongs to Allah of man belongs to Allah.

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And that's what a large soldier, for example, says in the Quran in surah, to disrupt political law with Rama, whether you call him by the name of Allah, or by the name or Rockman, a method, federal personnel whichever of those names you use them to allow your lungs the most beautiful of names. And Aleksandra often mentions the name, man. So for example, a rough man, even in the story of ants usually mentioned in the sense that a large the witch's Mercy is comprehensive, by its overarching, it covers everything and everyone's opinions on it. And that's really been

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an eye opener to me and others. They mentioned that Mozilla, Mozilla, Mozilla the lie the imposter, who was the man who claimed to be a false prophet during the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So, as we know from the signs of human pyramids, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prophesized that they would be 30, liars and imposters, right the gentleman. He called them 30 liars and imposters, each one of them will claim to be a prophet of Allah after the coming of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam perhaps one of the most famous of those individuals, and you know, we still have them from time to time. But one of the most famous individuals was a man by the name of

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mustela. Right, who later became known as we'll say, the metal that will say the Mandela museum and the lifetime of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he claimed to be a prophet of Allah. And he came from an area of the Arabian Peninsula called yamamah machinima wrote a letter to the prophets on the lower end, he was celebrated, such as his audacity, because when he claimed to be a prophet, his tribes people, and the people of his village and the people that were kings people, and the people of this appeal and so on is cannon tribe. All of them are most of them believed in him, and they followed him. Because, as we know, Arabia during the time was very tribal. Right people wanted

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was a source of honor, you know, supposed to honor that they thought that someone amongst them would claim to be a prophet or claim to be a king or claim to be a leader. So many people followed him in his small area. So mustela, he wrote a letter to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he said to him, that you and I have been given the same thing, right? meaning you're a prophet of Allah. I'm a prophet of Allah. So let us divide the earth into two between us. You take off on a corporate, let's share my basic, that's what he's saying. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam replied to him, and he said, Indeed, the earth belongs to Allah. He gives it to him, so ever he

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will. But it's not for me and you to share, to decide who gets what belongs to Allah, Allah gives it to him, so ever he runs. Mozilla used to claim to have revelation. Right? And he would recite poetry, very simple poetry. And he would claim that it rivals the Quran. So there's a story of a in one of the noblemen of the Arabs, one of the leaders, he came to Salem, and he said to him, give me your revelation, what this revelation that you supposedly received from Allah was cited for me. So he recited some of the verses, and it's mentioned in the books of Tafseer, and so on in the books of history. And the man replied to him, and he said, You know that I know that you're a liar. Right?

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You know that I know that you're a liar, because of how basic his portion was that even the Arabs would know that this is just like second Nurse Joy that is making that the point of this is even Kathy Rahim, Allah and Toby others, they said that when was seen a man came out when he emerged when he proclaimed himself as a prophet, he gave himself the title of a manual yamamah that's the title that he gave to himself. Rahman Al yamamah, the Merciful out mm hmm is the area that he belonged to. And he called himself ramanuja Mama, even Kofi Rahim Allah said that when he had this, you know, this arrogance, and this audacity to claim one of the names that belonged to only a lot alone and

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claim it for himself. For the rest of history, he was known as we'll see, number two.

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We'll see them at the light. To the extent that most of you probably never even even if you've heard of machinima, you probably never knew that it was called Magnolia Mama. Right? Because that's how you know Allah subhanaw taala has wiped that name away.

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from history, it's not something which is commonly known, and from all of the false prophets that have come, but hardly any of them is colcord that even though they were all imposters and liars, you don't have to see and you have, you know, even to like late two times, the one from India, woolen mills and in all of these people that claim to have profited, but then are given that title, even though they will, you know, they will intrude on their claim, but they're not given the title. But we'll see them even if you know, the see when he took that name that belongs to a lot alone, man and economists have Maruyama human done for the rest of history to the extent that even Kafeel says that

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even the Bedouin Arabs in the middle of the desert would know him only as we'll see them until

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you see them in the lab. And that is because this name is something which belongs to Allah subhanaw taala alone strike the name Allah not allowed anyone to take the name and claimed for themselves call it their children by it or anything else because it is the name that belongs to Allah, as opposed to Rahim. Right? So this is the literal difference between the two. Rahim is an attribute and a characteristic that can be given to Allah in which case you say or Rahim that is the most merciful, or you can give it to other people. Right.

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In surah Toba, Allah was the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Rahim, Meena Rahul wrote for him, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was merciful towards the believers and unlock wholesome Brahim. But similar to it, for example, is the name is Samir and Vasil. or hearing or knowing right or hearing annoying, right when you say SME or the old knowing or semi old seeing an

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old soul seeing or hearing with the L, that it belongs to Allah but just the word semir and Vasil can be given to humans when given to other than Allah. Allah azza wa jal says in Surah to insert

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in the holopainen insert, I mean not fitting amisha gene deputy Li for jiangnan.

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Send me embassy Allah, we created man from a spam and then we made him semi embassy hearing and see what's the name Semyon bossy Rahim. They can belong to other than Allah or they can be used to despite other than Allah subhanaw taala was the name of a man only belongs to a large soldier and only Allah subhanaw taala should be used in the description. The second difference between Rahmani Raheem comes from a meaning standpoint. So the first one was a literal thing. From a wording perspective. The second is from a meaning and that is the man we first to allows mercy for everyone all of his creation, human nonhuman jinn, animals, plants, and refers to Allah's mercy in this life.

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And the next is something which is expansive and great and it covers all of Allah subhanaw taala has mercy in any form and shape towards any of his creation. subhanho wa Taala. And that's what often in the Manasa region is mentioned in the sense of having overarching mercy, Allah subhanaw taala is described as being out of man. So for example, a large soldier says Rahman, and Alicia Stella, Allah or a man is the one who ascended above the heavens, right because that those heavens alized ascended above all of his creation, not just the believers, not just a group of them, all of his equation, Allah is above them. So to describe that a large religion uses the name, that the fixed meaning

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likewise, for example, Allah subhanaw taala, in the story of Maria Maria Sara, in Santa Maria,

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when she When the angels approach in the form of men, and she sees them anyway, and actually when she's made an oath to Allah has given birth to her son reciting Islam, she makes an oath to Allah that she won't speak. Right. So when the people come, her townspeople or whatever, they see a child with her and they start to accuse her and her honor, she says in Nina that to the rock manasota I have made a promise to a rough man, that I am fasting means that I won't speak. So the scholars say that she uses the name of a man to show how expansive the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala is that even in times of the most difficult trials, and the most difficult hardship, she still remembers Allah's

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mercy, but Allah's mercy encompasses everything, right? Not just her everything around her. And we know that Allah subhanaw taala tells her to shake the date palm tree, because she gets food right? And so this is all from the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala for her right. And you have like similar examples in the Quran or Alexa, which was named or Rockman is mentioned. So,

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Chef Mohammed Amina show PT Rahim Allah who is the author

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Author of the famous book of the Seal of what we buy, and what we buy and is an amazing book and this scholar was an amazing scholar who lived fairly like recently he died probably about 3040 years ago in Saudi Arabia. Originally from Mauritania, the chef migrated to Saudi Arabia and then he lived there and he passed away the Rahim Allah tala, the chef and he's you know, he's the chef of people at chakra see me in Shama Crusade, many of the chef Salah falls, and many of the senior scholars of Saudi Arabia students of this individual is broken for them.

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So I think Shanti Rahim Allah tala, famous scholar of,

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of our times or in recent times, the chef has a famous book of their fields called wild man. And a bald man is a book that primarily focuses on making the seed of the Quran with the plan. So what the chef does is he matches verses of the Quran with other verses of the Quran that explain the parameter and explains the plan because that's where the Las panatela often mentions, different subjects and different topics, and he varies them throughout the planner and spreads them disperses them throughout the Quran. So explaining the problem with the Quran is actually the first and most important way of making the receipt of the Quran. So often when we make it, you know, sometimes we

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just focus on the Sunnah or sometimes we focus on the students of the scholars and what have you, but actually the number one method and the first way of making difficile is by going through the Quran itself or not isolating the verse but actually complementing the with the boron. So shakshuka Rahim Allah tala and he is alone by me and he comes to this point of man, being the name that denotes that Allah's mercy encompasses everything. He says that when you look at the words in which are the verses rather in which a large dimensions just the name of a man by itself, it is often to denote that meaning of wider Mansi for all of the creation of Allah, right so not just humans or not

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just Muslims, but for all of the creation of Allah subhanaw taala so for example, in sort of a commandment, Allah says are rough man, Andaman Quran is a rough man. And he taught the Quran showing that upon is a mercy that should be for all of mankind, right? It's open for all of humankind and for the jinn as well. And likewise, when a large liquid, for example, says in Surah mulk, our amuro in a query for problem solve for two

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minute, man, do you not see the birds that fly above you? Or in the skies? Nothing keeps them aloft or in the sky, except for Rockman Minato man, his mercy touches the animals and it touches the birds and touches the fish in the sea, and it touches the plants and it touches all of the creation of Allah subhanho wa Taala. Whereas the name of Rahim might soon speaking about this difference between the two names when they mentioned together in the Quran, from a meaning point of view are Rahimi specific, and it's specific to the believers. Right? It is specific to the believer, some of the scholars Central McMahon is for this world and includes everyone or Rahim will be for the believers

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on human piano. Right? Because on that day, they won't be mercy except for the believers, right? They are the ones who have the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala on your microbiome and from that we have those ideas. I think we mentioned some of them. Last week, like the Hadith, in which a large soldier divided his mercy into 100 parts he said one down to the earth 99 we mean for the believers on Yama, Yama, right, that is the Wrath of Allah subhana wa Tada. And alarm so many Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that speak about that aspect of the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala and how wide ranging you will be and he will be particular to or especially for the believers

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when Ana de la xojo forgive them their sense of loss panatela will raise them in ranks, a large soldier will unite them together with their families, all of those different mercies of Allah subhanaw taala will have on human piano. So that's from the meaning standpoint. So from the linguistic point of view, we said ramen is the name that belongs to a lot alone. It is specific to a lot but as of Rahim, can be used to describe

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more than a lot of other than the last panel data as well as a descriptive as if

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so the differences between our mannerheim so we did the linguistic meaning right so the linguistic one is the man belong specifically to Allah Rahim can be used for other than Allah as a descriptive as an attribute. And then you have the differences in meaning, which is the man refers to a large, wide, messy, comprehensive, expansive mercy that covers the believers and the disbelievers and humans among humans. And it covers this world and the next whereas a Rahim is specific to Allah's mercy for the believers on human beings. And that's why often in the Quran as we said, when a large soldier uses the name or Rockman on its own, it is to depict the wider Mercy of Allah subhanaw

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taala. So for example, in Subramaniam when Ibrahim alayhis salam is addressing his father. And he says to him, yeah, I bet the latter Buddha shapen in the shape, honor Candela Rahmani hafnia Oh, my dear father, don't worship shavon For indeed che Vaughn was ever disobedient to Earth man.

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Why does he use the word or the name or the man when he's speaking about ship microphone and disbelief and he's speaking about worshiping other than Allah, and he's speaking about sheep barn and he believes

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And so on, and he uses the name R. Rahman. And some of the scholars of Tafseer like Yan and others, they said, because a larger agenda the fact that he punishes someone for this sin, despite his message Allah is a man or Rahim with all of his mercy. If he chooses to punish someone for a sin, it shows that that scene must be extremely great. Why so large that was a little rahimullah rough man. That's his attributes, and that is his characteristic and a large soldier. As we mentioned, last week, Allah has written above his throne that his mercy overcomes his anger. So then if a large soldier chooses to punish someone for a sin, it's because that sin is great, whatever that sin may

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be. And the fact that that schilke the sin of schilke has no Toba has no repentance for it right meaning in the sense that if a person dies upon ship, right, obviously, if they make Toba in their life, they're forgiven. But if they die upon the ship, there is no mercy for them. They don't go into gender, there is no forgiveness for them. It shows how grave the sin of shirk is, because a lot of soldiers have a human right, and the fact that that is a sin, that has no real point of return after death, then that is how grave that sinners so that's the second the third meaning or the third difference in the meanings when the two names are coupled together in the Quran, is from an eloquent

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standpoint. And that is that the name I recommend is more eloquent than a Rahim right? Because it is more comprehensive Rahim is much more specific aroma is far greater and therefore far more eloquent. And that is what a rough man in the Koran always comes before a

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man or a man is mentioned first, because it is more eloquent than no one is more specific.

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And interesting point that is mentioned in the books of the field. And remember somebody mentioned discipline Kathy Rahim, Allah and others they mentioned or they ask the question, rather, was the name Rahman. And Rahim and these names within it with a known to Allah with the known to the Arabs rather, before Islam? So did the Arabs know the name of ramen?

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Ramen was known to the Arabs before Islam?

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And some of the scholars said no. Why did they say no, no, no.

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I think

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when one of the pioneers of was protecting, what's the guy's name? And he said to him, I'm not gonna call you, man, because I don't know if I'd call you up until other Ella.

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Okay, possibly. But there's a more direct, like,

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reason why there's a more direct incident that shows you how they be. Right? So the incident or they be when they're writing the contract. Right and the themes story of writing the treaty between the Muslims and the representatives of Quraysh. And how did it begin the country was writing and it began with smilla rahmanir rahim right? And what to hate him I'm gonna say, don't worry. Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Right? This Mikela home, in your name of Allah. Because we don't know arachnida Rahim. Allah says in Surah, two for God, or either Peter who must do the work man, Paulo, Rama Rama man, and has to do more una casa de la fora, when it is said to them prostrate to a rock man they

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see and who is a rock man? Right? The question who is a man. So some of the scholars took that literally to mean that the Arabs were unaware of the slave. And they didn't know the name of man, and therefore they outright rejected like a larger dimension to the Grand enlightenment story of the Treaty of potamia. But remember, poverty enable concealer and others they disagree. And they say that the correct and the stronger opinion is that they didn't know the name or

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they didn't know they were aware of this name or of manner that it spoke of a loss of panel data. And the reason for this and they bring poetry that the Arabs used to say and history right before stem from the days of pre Islam in the days of England's janelia, the Arab poets used to speak about Allah using the name of man and if you go to, you know, I'm not going to quote the Arabic poetry. But if you go to the field, he mentions it, right from those old Arab poets for yourself, Islam, that they will mention the name Allah. So therefore, if that's the case, why and it's known amongst them. Why then do we have the story of Arabia and the verse in the Quran sort of icon, which seems

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to apparently say that they didn't know the name of man? Why do they rejected?

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Okay, so one possible meaning is that it was unknown to all of the Arabs, only some of the Arabs

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Laws of man and others didn't.

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But even that seems like a no because the Arabs kind of worship the same contract, the only alert and the only one. They only the names of the gods actually even considered to be, say a property rather say is that it was done out of arrogance. They rejected this name out of arrogance, because it was commonly used by the Muslim Arabs didn't use it much. So even though they knew the name, and they knew they were referred to a lot, they rarely used it. So when the Muslims came in, they began to use it commonly right regularly. Then out of haughtiness, and pride and rejection and kafir and obstinance. They simply said, We don't accept the name of a man just to show that they were

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different and that is part of the watchlist and and the arrogance and that is what we look at remember debris, Rahim Allah say

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we will stop with Alan

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and Jeff.

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Hi.

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spillover from the de la salatu salam ala rasulillah

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Yeoman wala back

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before we take some q&a, just one final point which was trying to remember because we were speaking about the truth of who they be or how the Polish wanted, they changed and they want to make a law firm, right?

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There is an illusion I think it's gonna be that would

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be Allahumma said that the Muslims will and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam didn't know the statement Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim was the best Mullah except after pseudo tournament, right because as we said last week, it is a part of the verse of pseudo tournament. Honestly, man, we know Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim.

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However, the scholars say that's a week duration. They say that that's a week duration.

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However, there is a statement also remember shabby Rahim Allah was one of the scholars of the tiberian so it wasn't a companion. So it's not a statement from the Prophet sallallaahu. Liberty members. Shama himself said that when Islam first began the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say bismi column by the name of Allah because that was the common way of the Arabs and the Quraysh of evoking a last name. They would say in Nanaimo, ladysmith Coloma and then in a large religion reveal diverse and sort of woodwork order table, fee have Bismillahi Majora in the story of lohani sam so Allah says that when they backed up on the ship, they said Bismillah so then the

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prophet SAW Selim changed it and he said Bismillah right. So from the speaker Lama became Bismillah. And then he says when a large soldier revealed

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The verse that we mentioned is sort of the disrupt audit or law or with a man, a method or fella who has met with Krishna, whether you call him a lot of man, all of the Beautiful Names of a lot belong to him. He said, so then the person said Bismillah R. Rahman. Right. And then in sort of normal when we have that verse of the literally man in the home in such a manner, we're in now who Bismillah R Rahman Rahim. It is from the man that it responds to the man and it begins with Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam changed it to Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. So that's something that you find in the books of the Futurama Xiaomi mentions. Again, it's not

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authentic coloration from the profit center because mama Shami isn't from the companions. Bipolar is just interesting statement that scholars mentioned as to how the best mother involved evolved over time and a lot of zildjian knows best. Before I forget, next week in Charlotte, the past will be after slightly Russia. So it's getting earlier and early, obviously, because Muslims can alien alien. So next week, inshallah we'll move it after Russia, Russia will be eight o'clock inshallah. So that will be eight o'clock for those of you coming to the masjid in 20. inshallah for the online stream, so, hopefully we'll start not too late after solid inertia, this weekend is also my lovely

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class lost in translation. If you're unsure, and you don't want to know more about the class, I will recommend that you attend a free Friday. So we have two or three hours free Friday 7pm at the University of Birmingham, and you're all welcome to come and see what the past is going to be about. And as I said, it's about the topic of the contemplation of

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any questions. Take some questions.

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Yes, oh, Rama is fine. So the sisters asking the question, can you use the name Rama, which means mercy? Yes. The name Rama is fine.

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It's a command that the scholars say that you should and in fact, any of the names of Allah with the l shouldn't be used, right? Because when you put the end, you're saying that this is the most right, the most, you know, the old knowing the old seeing the old hearing, like the Most Merciful. And that's what makes it specific to Allah subhanaw taala. And the word and some of these names, even if they're not used with the word with the letters l should be refrained from, like Rockman. So I know it's common in some cultures to call people Rahman right, not just Rockman. And so, you know, like, as the scholars mentioned, that something which should also be avoided, it is one of the names that

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is specific to our last panel.

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I don't know.

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Got any online questions?

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That because we kept like putting off and people just like, forget this.

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No questions.

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Okay, I don't want to like start the next topic, because we'll finish it. But next week, what we're going to be doing is we're going to be looking at the best manner, one of the

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most common discussions in the best mela is as it relates to Surah Fatiha, what is apart of Surah Fatiha or not, is it a reversal Surah Fatiha not? And there is a big difference of opinion amongst the scholars. Number one because not the processor that told us that how many hours is sort of at

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seven, right? It's called sobrang masani. Right? The seven off repeated versus so from those seven is Bismillah. One of them, is it one of the seven and therefore when we say serapion Lydian and I'm telling him

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darlin is that one verse or two verses if you say Bismillah is para Fatiha. Certainly.

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Tallinn is one verse, right becomes one verse, but if you say the best Mullah or Bismillah isn't part of it, that it starts with Al Hamdulillah.

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Ali him becomes a verse by itself. And then you see a little moldoveanu hemoglobin and that's how you make up the seven right. And an even more important point than perhaps even the the content of the verses is that if you consider the best mela to be part of Fatiha, then you have to read it. Right. So in Salah you know like as part of Fatiha if it's a pillar of salah and you just said hamdulillah and you don't say Bismillah Bismillah is part of Fatiha than the fact that I was incorrect, which therefore means that you follow was incorrect, right? Whereas if you say no it's actually not a part of Fatiha then obviously it changes the whole discussion. Rather than will speak

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about no Juliet's felt the best man out loud in Salalah. Not all of that kind of stuff. And we'll also mentioned the Charlotte Tyler time permitting the different places in which the vestment is recommend right like we did with this the either the different places in which the best manner is or some of them that it's recommended to be sitting

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or the benefits of using in certain cases

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or then the benefits of using the best minute in certain places.

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Have no headings and using the best manner? Yes, so one of the signals of using the best one, as we said, when we speak about the places in which you use the best manner, one of the recommended pieces is when you embark, right when you get into your car, you get on a plane or you get on the bustle on the ship if you're on a ship, or other kind of stuff, because that's what he said, right? We'll call her kaboo fi hi Bismillah. And he said, embark upon the ark With the name of Allah. And as we said last week, Bismillah means to begin with the name of Allah seeking His blessing, and seeking his bounties and seeking His grace and so on. And so therefore, some of the scholars of Islam and will,

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you know, will mentioned this when we come to that point, but some of the policy that any action that you do, you know, it's okay to say Bismillah regarding your rights to say Bismillah beforehand, that was the opinion of some of the scholars that you say generally Bismillah Bismillah because you asked me for a lot of blessings in the action that you're about to perform and anonymous. Okay, we have just a couple of minutes left for two or three shots. I think we'll stop there. So I apologize for the technical issues. But anyway, some allow me to get in

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