Tafsir Surah Fatiha – Part 1

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RIC brings to you an 8 part in-depth intensive Tafsir, Linguistic analysis and lessons learnt from Surah Fatiha with Ustadh Asim Khan

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Rahim hamdulillahi Rabbil alameen wa salam either at

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the Vienna Mohammedan Radha.

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At that meeting some

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cinematic anathema ever occur to my dearest brothers and sisters.

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It's an honor to be with you as a pleasure to see you all. Mashallah Baraka losin one of you a loss of power that blesses gathering and grant us.

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Sincerity behind us being here, spending time together to discuss the words of our las panatela to learn about them and to grow close to a loss through learning about what he said to us in another full on this is shallow, the meaning of an eight week course every week in Sharla, after Alicia studying the seal also to 30 her The idea is to explain the beautiful meanings behind this surah of the Quran, as well as to analyze the linguistic nuances in this sort of, as well as to derive lessons spiritual lesson lessons that we can benefit from in our everyday lives with the light damianos concept accepted from us make this journey easy for us and to make it Mubarak inshallah

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this will have my brothers and sisters.

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It is amazing that on this one surah which we take for granted. And we have on the tip of our tongues every single day. Entire volumes of books have been written about this one sort of the Quran. In fact there is an amazing narration from Husson allostery Rahim Allah, Allah and they have they recorded it in Sherman, a man he said that Allah Subhana Allah revealed 104 books to human beings, meaning 104 divine books. And he gathered together their own the knowledge of the 104 books into for a teller or in Gene azubu, or for con. And then he gathered together knowledge of all those four into the Quran.

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And then he gathered together the knowledge of the whole Koran inside al Mufasa. In the highlands panorama said, an officer means so to cough, until the end of the Quran. And then he gathered together all of the fossil inside Surah Fatiha. And then he said,

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So whoever knows that the CEO of this surah It is as if he knows the CEO of what

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all the reveal books or Lost Planet Allah, amazing.

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And even law said that the essence of Islam, it is the Quran, and the essence of the Koran is sort of 230

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and you know what my brothers, that's something to reflect over. Because what we are being told here is that everything we need to know about the Quran

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is packed inside, one surah and that surah as it will tell you a whole lot I said, it is the one of the easiest sources to memorize and recite. And that's sending us a message

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from Allah to human beings, that your salvation lies in living by the Quran. And also for on may be vast, to some of you, I have summarized the entire Quran into one surah. And then I made that one surah, the easiest surah for you to memorize, and that are made the surah one surah there you will recite minimum 17 times a day, up to 30 times a day, if you play the song alongside the throat.

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You know what that tells us my brothers and sisters, it tells us that Allah is merciful.

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That's what it tells us that Allah Subhana Allah wants good for us. And he wants to make that good come to us in the easiest way possible.

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And the sad thing is that many of us do not know what sort of means true or not. If someone was to ask us, you recite sort of it so many times you memorize it since you hold What does it mean?

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Most of us who will be stopped to answer this, reflecting over this, the mercy of Allah Subhana Allah and sort of Photoshop. I thought about something happened to me in university. I remember once you're sitting in lecture by this professor is supposed to be number two or number one in the world for antibiotics and microbiology.

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lecture was so difficult if you can't understand anything, but we knew is going to come in the exam. So we were listening.

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And it got to a point I was getting really boring. So people started to talk. And it's noticeable people are talking not paying attention. The lecturer

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carries on as if nothing is going on.

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Then the noise begins to rise

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is becoming embarrassing.

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Then he switches, it gets mixed. And you know, he says, our orders, remember this, he goes, You know what, you guys should listen to me because I passed all my exams.

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And you already said that everyone, everyone shut the mouth.

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And I was reflecting of the things problema. You see, he knows that what he's saying, is so important to us. And he knows that if we don't understand it, we're gonna fail the exam.

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And he knows that means a lot to us. But does he really care whether we understand it or not?

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Most probably, he's just going through the motions, I get paid for this job, I'm gonna deliver this lecture, whether they understand it or not, it's up to them.

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And what is at stake failing an exam.

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Now reflect over the forearm, what is at stake if we don't understand the put on?

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what is at stake because our lives what is at stake is an eternity in the Hellfire Allah protect us and preserve us, and a loss of power in order out of his mercy. Not only sent the Quran to us, but he placed inside the Quran, one surah, that if you understood it properly,

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you would be able to understand the whole

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the message of the Holy Quran. And that messes up the whole foot on is there to save you from the health

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and that is the mercy or loss of power down. Now, just a few points regarding the course how would we

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deliver this course? What sources are we using, there are too many sources. Unfortunately, this is not in your course notes. This introductory part is not in your course notes. So I recommend you all to write as much in your notes as possible in the beginning pages. And we will post up these slides. Unfortunately, the projector or the larmor scheffau didn't arrive. So we had a projector we had a slide to show you but unfortunately it's not with us. So please write as much as you can. inshallah, we will give you the slides, you can print them and add them to your course notes. So there are two books, which we will rely on heavily in order to deliver the lessons on the digital suricata. The

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first book is the book of the sea of Imam of poverty, Rahim Allah tala who passed away in 310 hijiri. He is known as the emammal Mufasa in the leading scholar of all the scholars of the field.

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One interesting thing about when he wrote his book of the field,

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this was around 275. So about 30 years before he's going to pass away. He says to himself, that I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala for two years for the tofield to write a book of the serum.

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Imagine he's making the auto loan for two years. Then when he feels the time is right, he says to the students because he was a big shift. He was not just a chef of the Koran. He was a scholar, a polymath, he mastered most of the sciences of Islam.

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He says to his he says to his students that you know, I'm contemplating writing a book of the year on the Quran. You know what they said?

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They said, Oh, how big will that be?

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And he said, I I predict it will be 30,000 pages

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30,000 pages.

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They said

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this will outline them and before we reached the end of this book,

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and then the chef,

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he said

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in Manila, he were in LA either on your own or the market and human. He said in anila truly high ambitions has died today.

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He said to students, you guys was wrong.

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Because Okay, not from our summarize that into 3000 pages, a lot of those 3000 pages, the manuscripts of them survived up until today.

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And in the modern, you know, published works, they amassed to about 24 volumes, which is about this much.

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Imagine this is a summary.

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This is the summary. This is the first book. And it is said that all of the scholars that came after your book has always relied on his book of the seed and he became a hammer lice and it is also how hard it is.

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The most authentic back of the seat there is no without inside of it. That is the first book inshallah we will be using. The second book is one from recent history and that is of

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an actual

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yeah bothered by her national Rahim Allah tala, he passed away 1393, Tunisia and scholar again

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a polymath mastered many sciences of the Quran, and his book of the field, my brothers and sisters, the scholars of Koran in our times, like the law is prominent professor and he says that this book of international It is one of the greatest books of the year. And he said that one of the unique things about this book is that is consistency. It is great from the beginning to the end. And he said, think about how many years it takes to write this book.

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Some days are gonna be good, some days are gonna be bad, which is not true. You know, you have the assignment to go what kind of long time some days you have good days and bad days. He said it is great all the way throughout. And to be honest, in my from my own opinion about the book of national is that this book is, in my opinion, probably the greatest book of the year after the book of authority, Rahim Allah

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and inshallah you hear his name national being quoted as we go through this course. So these are the two main books of the sea that we'll be using in sha Allah. Now, fertile Fatiha.

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SoTL Fatiha my brothers and sisters is not just the first surah of the Quran.

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What does that mean?

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I'll be happy. Rahim Allah said that the ordering of the chapters and the verses of the Quran was done during the life of the prophet SAW Selim except for Allah and Falcon Bara except for these two surah

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which means that the order of the most half that we have today is something divinely inspired by lots of panels out.

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Now, I have to reflect over that. Other scholars said that when the person was going to pass away that year, you know that year when he revised along with gibreel, twice because interview Ramadan, he will provide the Quran once in that year that he passed away sort of long, while some he revised it twice. They said at least in that year, the ordering of the whole chapters was was done. There is another opinion but this is

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the other opinion in fact is that no it was done by the companions by unanimous witness agreement after the demise of the processor either way, whether it's this or that it still means the same thing you know why? Because an edge map of the companions is something which can never be wrong, true or not. Which means that it is something ordained by Allah subhanaw taala. Therefore, let us reflect now over sorts of Fatiha It is not just the first rule of the Quran, rather, it is the beginning of the Quran.

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The beginning of the Quran, you know, that means it means that imagine you never heard of Iran before? No.

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And you

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understand the language of the Quran better than anybody else. Because you happen to be that person who knows the language of the Quran, but you've never heard the Quran.

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Now, somebody comes and tells you this is

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what when you start with

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solfatara so the person begins to retire Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen

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Rahim, Maliki

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in your mind.

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You're thinking this is the beginning of a book. And the first thing I'm hearing is what? With the name of Allah.

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Though the one who is full of mercy,

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incredibly compassionate.

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All thanks and praise should go to him and him alone. He is the master of all nations of all generations.

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And again, he is full of mercy, incredibly compassionate and he owns the Day of Resurrection.

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That's the first thing you hear about.

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What you just heard there, my brothers and sisters is, first of all, something about the law.

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Isn't who is Allah

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Then you heard something about who you are.

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Then you heard something about what's going to happen to you after you die. trauma.

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And that's the whole sort of hot. Yeah, that's just half of it.

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So which part is about Allah?

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Which part is about Allah?

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Okay, but what about, you know, some scholars were talking about this, that this is the first verse.

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So this is, verse one is about a lot. And then

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the second verse, Al hamdu, lillahi, Rabbil alameen. Who is this about?

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About Us? Okay, someone said us? Who thinks he knows more about us? It's about Allah and hamdulillah. anatomy.

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It's about, it's about a lot. Who thinks knows something different?

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So it's about law.

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It's about both. Okay, explain what you mean by that.

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Oh, do you want the brother said?

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He said, But now.

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You're praising a lot. Yes.

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so you began and hamdulillah and that is exclusively about Allah saying praise, and thanks to be given to him and him alone. But then you described Allah again, by calling him the master of every nation of every generation.

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And that kind of means something to do with me, isn't it? Because if Allah is the master of all nations, of all people, of all worlds, I am a part of that. And they realize the master than I under

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isn't it? So in the second verse, something about Allah and something about yourself, then again, about Allah

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then molokhia with Dean,

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the Owner of the Day of Resurrection, who is this about?

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About law? Okay, any one of us again, both again, okay. How was the last

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day of judgment? Yes, we are.

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We will be

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we will be the ones being just very good. So as well as I said, that Allah says Malik, the Owner of the Day of Judgment, but judgment upon who exactly

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judgment upon us.

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So here and this is not about this world, it's about the

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life to come. So if you just had this much about sort of out

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there What do you think my brothers, how much have you really heard

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of the Quran?

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Isn't it

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and we'll come to this, we will talk about how the Quran is split into three themes in Sharla and I will show how pseudo Fatiha if you if you dismantle all the verses, you will see that the verses fit into each of these three themes inshallah. So, it is not just the first sort of in the Quran, it says introduction to the Quran. This is the first part.

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The second point is that it is a summary of the Quran. Yeah, it is a summary of the Quran.

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The third point is that it is an introduction into who is Allah?

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Now imagine

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you are somebody who is trying to dour to your non Muslim colleagues or maybe you are on in Hyde Park Mashallah. Let's go there, do some Dharma

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In any case, and almost sometimes comes up to you and says,

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you guys wish you

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a lot? survey?

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A lot? Who is a lot?

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Some of the answers you could give us

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some of the answers right? You think the creator

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would say he's all knowledgeable or wise.

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But if you said to yourself, how did Allah describe himself in the Quran? How did Allah first describe himself in the Quran?

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First of all Bismillah will explain that next lesson inshallah. But then Allah described him

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So for two attributes both of them to do with what?

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interesting. The first way Allah describes himself is about

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What is the second way Allah described himself

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as sort of Fatiha first you do have mercy. Yes, second is

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okay, but there's something just before that.

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And hamdulillah there have been army and unhemmed will learn is a combination of tanks, sugar and Santa praise. So the first two steps to Allah

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in Surah Fatiha and therefore, in the beginning of the Quran, is the step of Rama and the step of sugar.

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This is the way Allah is introducing himself as somebody who is incredibly merciful to you, and then someone who you need to say thanks to someone who you need to praise. It's amazing is he Allah revealed this Koran for us or for every single person after the processor?

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Every single being alive speaking to every single human being in the Quran,

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and you have to appreciate that this is the audience of the Quran is the person on the street.

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That's what is this the audio is on every single person.

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So this is the last man introduce himself. And then Allah told us who we are, we are His slaves because he's his master. The last thing we want to say about the introduction first is that

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when was sort of unfair to have reviewed,

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it is clear that over majority of scholars said it is McKee road in Makkah meaning to the McCann era, but then there is difference of opinion as to when exactly was it was the first surah some scholars said yes. Ignacio said no, it is not the first surah

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he said the first is what Yep, Ah yes, because I have a second Muslim under authority of archaeology in Montana.

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And of course, he went to the cave, he was revealed what was revealed the first five o'clock

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then he said, Albert,

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this is the second Surah to reveal to the processor, then he said and

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yeah, then he said, alpha hat was revealed. And then after that, you have different opinions, some said it was kind of known.

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this is when sort of facha was revealed, which means it was revealed to primarily a time when there was more non Muslims than Muslims. The primary audience of sort of Fatiha is Muslim Muslims and I was revealed

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non Muslims, non Muslims. Yeah. So what I'm trying to get across to you, my brothers and sisters, is that sort of 230 sharp has a message for every single person.

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And so when you will learn sort of how to how you need to be thinking, you know, I can use the 30 How to invite people to Islam and to teach them about Islam. In fact, I don't actually need to look anywhere else. anyone asked me anything about Islam, genuine question about a lot of panel data than I should look and sort of 30 have to explain to him the answer to that question. Okay.

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Now, the names of Surah Fatiha a suti Rahim Allah in His booklet con mentioned more than like 25 different names for sort of Fatiha. Hello, Mr. Xu said that they are three that can be traced back authentically to the proxr Lhasa three, number 130 Hatton kita. And he said all these three times or what have you seen activity, which attorney said is the first is 30, how to look it up.

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Which you can translate as the

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opening of the book.

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Who knows the other two?

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Anyone know the other two?

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Very good. The second is over or an Omar Kitab, the mother of the Koran, the mother of the book, they mean the same thing. Who knows the third?

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said Barry Allen muthoni, a seminar

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a seminar muthoni translated as the seven oft repeated, seven oft repeated as for the seven oft repeated that is already mentioned in the Quran anyway. And so,

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a lot sponsors will offer the Athena muthoni one arm allows him and we have truly already revealed to you the seven of

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competed as well as the magnificent put on. And what's interesting about that versus our last panel, split the Quran into two. On one side, you have sort of fat the other side you have the rest of the plot,

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again shows the importance and significance of sort of fatter. So, what do you think my brothers, it was called the seven oft repeated one thing you need to know about the word masani. Okay, is the root is destiny and destiny are means to repeat, to repeat. Yeah, that's why they said the seven oft repeated. Why do you think those sort of attire which is composed of seven verses, was called the seven oft repeated?

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What do you think?

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Everybody always repeated in there. Okay. Anyone else have a different answer?

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So I'm just gonna ask the brother with this one.

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Okay, so the brother said, Do you have another answer on the right you

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do something wrong, but that's not why it's called a server an attorney.

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Now, this is the answer. A poverty said that it is called a server muthoni because they are repeated in every single lock out of the salon. Every single regardless. And to be honest, is quite amazing. Because

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if you think about it,

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a lot chose one surah in the Quran that we have to recite, in every single, every single Raka have to repeat it, have to repeat it. And we're going to come to ask the question later on. Why is that? Why do you think Allah chose one surah and made it obligatory according to Moses colors to have to repeat in every single regard, as if to say that the time between one Raka and the next one is too long to forget, sort of

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his two daughters one record to another account owner, you need to repeat again, that time in between, it's too long.

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So several muthoni that is the mean, it is the oft repeated because it's repeated every single account on the other two names very interesting. Now the thing is, my brothers want to share with you something which may be a novel idea to you, and that is that the names of the soldiers

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are a window into the meaning of the whole Torah.

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The name of the surah is a window into the meaning of the entire surah I'll give you an example of this. Surah Al Baqarah

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how many verses sort of Baccarat?

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286. Now

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what how many verses are to do with battle? And Baccarat means count.

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How many guys do you think?

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10 510? Yeah, just a few. A handful as a percentage. Very small, right? Very small. But Allah chose this name. And this is the name chosen ballasts palette because the person seldom spoke about this name as being the name of the surah

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and call it a baton. Even though most of it is not to do with Baccarat or is it

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or is it ah so what Where is a Baccarat mentioned in the story right in the story of benissa

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we follow Moosa the army and musasa says to his

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in Allah

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Indeed Allah has ordered you and the Baccarat to slaughter account. Why is merciless I'm telling him this because they came to him. They had a situation basically. And there was a murder that was done they need to find out who it was. And so they asked myself saddam as a leader. How do we find out the criminal in this murder mystery. Okay. And so also Islam tells them and he's been with them for so long they've been through so much. They've escaped Egypt, under his leadership. So they know he's a prophet, they've seen him pop the ocean with his stuff and imagine but seeing a miracle like that, see the sea coming?

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In every single in two directions and you walking through and then it come caving in on your enemies as you turn around and you see

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it's amazing. It's a miracle.

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After all of this, then they this thumbs up the asking, how should we find out the murderer? He says Allah has ordered you to go and sell

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defies account

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at the zoo, they say to him, Are you are you making fun of us? Are you taking us as a joke? Look at that response. Look at that response. Now. That story continues. And basically what happens is is chewing and frying going on

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most of the time says go sacrifice the cow they come back say firstly what color then they come back and say oh no, but tell us more. They say oh, this is too difficult and then eventually, Allah says they almost didn't sacrifice it.

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They almost didn't sacrifice it. And then what happens when they do?

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Something happens which reveals who was the murderer? Okay, which is what they wanted. So a lot chose that story.

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And the name of the saw to be connected to that story.

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What isn't it?

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some piece of information in first piece of information is when a sort of Baccarat revealed it was revealed in Medina, but they said it was one of the first songs to revealed in Medina. So now you're looking at the sea. Are you thinking okay, Muslims migrated from Mecca to Medina, now living in Medina as one community. They're not a minority anymore. They're the majority. They living as a community as a society, they need some guidance, they need to know how to live as one nation or not. Because now it's their land. Now it's day goes now it's their way.

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So what is going to come to them now in sort of in, in the Medina era, guidance, instructions, laws, how to live as a society.

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They never met any Jews in Makkah, Jewish communities lived in Medina. They are coming to Medina for the first time, and they seeing

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Jewish community.

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And then Allah is going to send them loads of sores, giving them

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rulings. before Allah sends all of those rulings, Allah sends down a surah, which we call Sophie bachata.

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Do you see the link here?

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The link is this my brother and his accountability,

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the whole story about the Baccarat and then he said are you is that they were given laws

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and look at their reaction.

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Their reaction was one of hesitation

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of questioning

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of resistance through law.

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You also are going to be given many laws.

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How should you accept them? Samir Allah

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that is coming at the end of Surah Baqarah Don't be like those people in the story of Baccarat when they were given laws, they said Yeah.

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Are you sure

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it's difficult first, except this is Pamela agin. So now just knowing the name and understanding the name of sort of Baccarat helps you encapsulate the whole message of the biggest surah of the Quran. Amazing.

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In the same way, these two names. Okay, Al Fatiha and Omar Koran revealed to us the overall message.

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Okay, so the first name, the 30.

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So 30 have becomes the root of fat. Okay, and as you said, doesn't mean fat in the sense of victory, it means fat in the sense of opening, opening, just like the door is the opening to the room. The fact that the opener is the one who opens the room, right that wants to open the door as the one opens the room. So it's the first thing

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and he said on top of that, it is the first part of something,

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which is the first thing as well as the first part of something.

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Then he said on the mother of the Quran,

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the the mother

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to the children, the relationship is that all of her children essentially come from her. They were born from her. And though many children have different traits, they all have similarities that go back to the mother. Yeah, so he said that sort of refer to here is the beginning of the Quran in that it's introducing the Quran, opening the door to the Quran. And it is

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If the rest of the Quran is coming out of sorts of fat

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in that fat it summarizes the whole protocol and that is why it is called a miracle on the mother of the Quran

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and suparna that is, that is amazing. Because in sort of Fatiha What do we say was the daughter we make a sort of have to have

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the aka Naboo

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Mustang, this is the heart of the surah and in the heart of the surah we are making a call to Allah Oh Allah, it is from you alone that we that we worship it is you alone that we enslave ourselves to

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okay. So you say to Allah, Allah, I want to worship you. That is why I want to do

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now imagine my brothers when somebody becomes a slave

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of somebody else, that somebody else is the master.

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How does the slave master relationship?

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What happens next?

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obey what

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slave master?

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How does the slave behave like a slave? The master gives

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instructions. Look what comes out sort of Alif Lam? Meem then you can keator hula Are you Buffy?

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La Fleur meme?

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That is the book in which there is no doubt what does it have guidance instructions. human being you asked to be my slave. And now I'm responding to your hay or your guidance. Here's your instructions. Go ahead. All the rest of the Quran is going to tell you how to be my sleep.

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Yeah, Omar Quran. It is the mother of the Quran. Yeah, this part of law connection.

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Okay. So this is about the naming of the sources. And I think we will have one activity now appear activity

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What is up activity

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I will tell you the three themes of the Quran like the Puranas split into three themes.

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Then you will have to open up your own translation of the Fatiha you won't have that and you will see you will have to piece together which verse fits with which theme and the reason why we're doing this is because we are claiming

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that sort of Fatiha is a summary of the entire Quran, right? And if it is a summary of the entire Quran, it must touch on all three themes of the Quran shownotes was not suddenly otherwise missing a big chunk of the Quran. So this will be the pay activity. Now, what are the three themes please write these down. The first theme, major theme in the Quran

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is what is called Arabic there have been a lot

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in English, you can translate that as instilling the whole of a lot into the heart

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of the listener in silly instilling the overlock into the heart of the listener a lot. The second theme is

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guidance and instructions.

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The third theme is business stories, stories of previous nations. These are three themes, meaning the whole Quran if you were to analyze it, you find that the verses in the sutras they they fit into one of these three themes, if not all of these three themes. Okay, now I'm gonna explain those three themes. In summary, the first theme is what

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styling the love instilling the Overlord in the heart of

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this is so obvious. And he was opened up around you'll see that the way the sutras begin most of the time, which is praising Allah or just praising the Quran.

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Yeah, so you have for example, a little sub you have the five soldiers known as the masa behat they are hush,

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hush. What do you have after the Hadid? You have to have one Juma and sock or begin with the spear? You said before the law was a bad luck? Yeah, almost one is telling us in the beginning of those schools that everything in the skies on earth is praising Allah singing his praises. And that's obviously telling the listener that look everything out there is praising God singing his praises, which means how great is God? Yeah, how great is the last part of Sangha alfetta hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. That praise and thanks belongs to Allah. When you say all praise and thanks belongs to Allah.

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Then you know what that signifies have great allies, because you know what you're saying? You're saying that Thank you.

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You should ultimately be going back to a law. Now what that means is that if whoever did anything good for you in your life,

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saying thank you to them

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is only half of facts.

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The full facts is to recognize that that person gave goodness to you. Because Allah gave them the goodness in the first place. that behind every hand of goodness is

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a law. And him giving him that goodness. Yeah. So you say thanks to a person for helping you out. And maybe in your homework, at the end of the day, that person would only help you out because Allah gave him the faculty of helping you out. Right. So thanks truly does go to law. So when you say that he points towards the greatness of a lost panda. So this is the first thing that the Mulla report on so many verses praising a lot of previous put on all that points towards the greatness of the last quarter.

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The second thing is guidance and instructions, the do's and the don'ts. Okay, the do's and the don'ts, all the different laws that must kind of give us an update on that is the second major theme in the Quran, all the instructions. The third is what

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stories? My brother says what purpose do the stories surf?

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lessons, the manga? What What else thought?

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morals, very good.

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Very good.

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But you know what they do? If you hear the story, and you are affected by the morals? And you're reminded, what that does, is it motivates you, isn't it? Either, it scares you. Because you hear about how people were utterly destroyed by the devastating punishment or law for doing the bad that they did. And you feel you feel weary. I bet to not do that to all you hear about how believers struggled, and were rewarded incredibly well. And that makes you motivated for the sake of the reward. So the stories, they provide motivation. And you know, what, if you look at that, in terms of the psyche of a human being that makes so much sense, because as teachers will know, you can tell

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the student that what he needs to do and what he needs to stay away from in order to pass the exam. But that's sometimes not enough.

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Isn't to tell the student look, all you have to do read this book, do these questions. This is the mock exam, you pass.

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That's it. But does that ever work?

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Doesn't visit maybe one or two? Generally speaking, that doesn't.

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First the teacher what he needs to do is get you to appreciate

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the value of that education.

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This education, he says, we'll get you to university University, we'll get you a good job. University will get you a good job can you create Can you in life somewhere in life? Student fuels. You know what?

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That's something I want. I don't want to be a bum.

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I don't want to be about okay. I want to be someone teachers telling me you want to be someone better study. Okay, kind of that. So what do I have to do teacher just have to do this, this and this. Okay. Two months go by students sitting in his room, talking to his mate about Dixie chicken at 10 o'clock at night. Even though it's exam tomorrow.

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What's going on? There's one thing missing. What is that thing? He needs some motivation, isn't it? It needs some motive. He needs a teacher tell him you know what, the way you're going? You're gonna fail. You're gonna get a C you're not gonna get a C. You're gonna get d you know your dad's gonna be shooting it.

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Yeah, dude. Ah. Wow. Okay, let's bring the discussion to a close. take someone from the left.

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You can tell me what theme and then what so what I

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would take one.

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil. aalameen is instilling for almost paternalist about kind of gave up on already the

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next one.

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Okay, Rahmani Raheem. It is instilling a sense of all into the heart of the listener agree or not.

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When you hear about the most of the most powerful, how incredible. It is.

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How far he is. You think that this is something amazing about our last trip? Very good.

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Somebody from the back?

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The back the radiator.

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Master of the owner? Yes.

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Okay. You said Maliki Ahmed in the Owner of the Day of Resurrection? This one is going to be number two are rulings and instruction?

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No, I don't think so. Maybe you mean that by resurrection. And Desmond, that is about judging you for how well you live by the laws? Is that what you mean? Something like this, possibly, by the way for a good attempt. So I'm just going to pick up first and then

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the brother sitting behind the pillar, the pillar three

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can't see

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Whichever one you wish, whichever one you wish.

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As quick as possible.

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Which one

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is going

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to connect with what kind of stand you allow me worship and you alone we seek help from? Is regarding Akka.

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Okay, so you're asking a lot of transitive for to be sleep.

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And to be the state of someone means you're asking to be told how to be a slave. You're asking for that guy. Okay, we can't say this. Good. Anyone have a different answer for that verse? Do

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you have a different answer? Anyone?

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Which one? tallien as well? Yeah. Can I withdraw your consent? Definitely. When you said our last panel data is the only one that you turn to in terms of interests for seeking health. Again, that points to the tally, Mala. Good. That is true. We can say that because to Thema. One as well.

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Yes, check over here

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for three or

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So that means it must be full time.

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Here's your spokesperson.

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I'm Steve. Yes.

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He does a lot of stuff. He was very good. When he asked the last part of the guide you to what we will come to learn afterwards means this straight up right path. You're asking for me to show you the path and the path obviously, is the path of guidance, the path on which almost other tells us how to treat it by way of His laws and instructions. Very good.

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Okay, the brothers said, all the verses could in some way, shape or form relate to all three. Okay, what about the last the last one is about stories, right? This?

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Okay, I see what you think. But how does this you said verse number one could really destroy it because it points to the power of a law

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and the power of a law destroying nations.

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Now love this, you

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know, this

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is an interesting one. Where is it? Where do we find the pieces?

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The last year, Sir Arthur Medina, and I'm telling

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him what bollin Yeah, hey, I was telling us for the verse telling us We ask Allah to a particular path. Already tread by people who Allah has graced. Then you ask Allah, I don't want to be of those people. And then there are two types. The first type, those who earn the angular last panel data, and the second those who went straight and that

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As a primary meaning, as well as the general meaning, the general meaning are is all those people who ever walk the face of this earth, who did wrong and went wrong and ended up in the Hellfire must protect and preserve us. That includes all of the stories of the people of the past

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are those that were evil.

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Therefore, the last verse is clearly in line with the third theme. isn't

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any is anything missing now?

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anything missing now, we've said the verses from the first one to the last one has a connection to each theme on the Quran.

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Therefore, it is true. That sort of Fatiha is indeed a summary of the entire Quran for it is relating to every single one.

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specifically about the

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Okay, so the afterlife really says one theme of the three Did you

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Okay, it would definitely be more last panel data as well as the ACA, because here last month is serving as the He's the owner

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and the owner of the day, I mean, that idea of owning time. It is something which is kind of an imagined Kenyan. If I said I own one second, this second, and everything inside of that second I own it. You can't even imagine that kidney.

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Allah says I own the day

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on which we will all be resurrected and judged.

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Do you think wow. Isn't it but then you think Hang on a minute. What is going to be judged my deeds? Did I pray to Allah so fast for you Allah? Who Koran what sins or do you Allah? How are disobedient? Yeah, so you think about that.

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They Okay, so so if it is indeed a summary of the Quran, and one Halley's you can use also to support the you know, the three themes of the Quran as they are is a hadith about sort of a class with a certain set in the heart, that sort of thing to Han Solo to a class

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is equivalent to a third of the Quran, a third of the Quran, how exactly because so as long as he's talking to us about the greatness of the last paragraph from the beginning to the end, isn't it? And a third of the Quran is talking about the greatness of the last part. Okay, now, the last point, inshallah will end here.

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If Surah Fatiha is a summary of the entire plant, then what is the message of the whole Quran?

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Isn't it? If it is, if it is a summary of the whole Quran, and the whole Quran is based on three themes, then those three themes are coming together to give one message. What is that one message that I should sell? The message of the hope on is

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solid rain.

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Right? This Dante's Salah should the rain

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What does that mean? It means the message of the Quran is how to live in this life

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in a way that will help us find peace in the life to come.

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How to live in this life in a way that will help us find peace in the life to come. So learn

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how to rectify the two boats. Yeah, that is what technically means. Yeah. And this is the message of the whole plan. How to do this, how to do this. So the 30 This is the overall message also 30 as well because there's somebody on and we'll finish by just saying one point. And that is what we said at the beginning. Why do you think my brother's Allah subhanaw taala may sort of 30

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obligatory to recite

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in every single aspect

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of our setup.

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What do you think? What's your thoughts on this? Why? Why does one surah Allah and those paths Allah told us through His process of them, that mela mere karate, 30 Hatton, kita. Okay, la sala Lehman lemma club if he hadn't said he was interested, he said there is no such law for the one who does not recite for the kita so Tatia, so it's obligatory you have to but how come the other what's the wisdom behind this every like, you have to resort to the photo. What do you think my brother's after to hurt now in this does, why do you think like the last part that made this one you have to recite this one.

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When I say what I say is curfew, so

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Okay, very good. You said this is somebody hold on and that's a good reminder to have. Okay, any other answers here?

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Same answer. Show, we realize you got wrong.

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like you said

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not to be

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straight. Yes. And that's really really important because

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they would attain salvation. Yes. Because their cost and those righteous people

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but then you have the people that

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People that deviate from them.

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Okay, very good. So you saying that

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this is a reminder, but I think you mentioned also the importance of the message, the reminder.

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Okay, very good. Any last last person?

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In this room? He's

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as older

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all three teams are put on? Yes. For some of the students of all three teams as well.

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Okay, okay.

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Because of time also, last person,

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even take out I have a law said

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the creation is in need,

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of sort of

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more than they need of anything else in their lives. This is because the meanings it contains

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is a summary of the entire forum.

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He said that creation is in need of sort of at the heart more than he leaves anything else in his life, because its meanings. summarize the message of the whole.

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That is why we have to recite to over and over again. Not because it sounds amazing.

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Not because it's short and easy to memorize. But because the meanings are so powerful. That is, yeah. So inshallah we asked the last part of Allah to really allow us to understand appreciate internalize the meanings of sort of facha in this course, we ask them to make us meaning that means

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that stuff will go well to relate what is up.

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People need to leave, they can leave anyone wants to ask questions, they can stay, we have five to 10 minutes for questions. sisters do ask questions, how can they ask questions?

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They can write it and

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you clicked it. Okay. So rather than sitting collected in written from the sisters, anyone needs to leave your child you can, you know, promote each other. anyone like to ask questions they can

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ask questions.

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And so the class is speaking about the greatness of a law. And that's like one of the three things so it makes sense.

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Any questions about this?

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Not any questions or

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questions? No questions. Okay.

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See you next time.