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30 in 30 – Daily Quran Tafseer – Day 3
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu wa he was set up for Allah and Abele Karim Ali of Allah to attempt the stream of disparity sodomy with Sidley Emily by her locked attempt in the Sani of Coco Lee brothers and my sisters SNM where they come to learn rahmatullah wa barakato.
So, today is the third day of Ramadan hamdulillah. And it is April 15, Thursday, April 15 2021. And today in sha Allah to Allah, we will go through the third just of the bee's knees, heater.
I made a few modifications here, hopefully, everything is fine. And you can see Well, good, let's move that.
Perfect. I know the Instagrams a little bit further away, but I'm trying to keep the desk clear and you know, need the extra space and in the home that we're living in, I don't really have an office or office space and just sitting in my bedroom tucked away in the corner. So you know, the desk is just, you know, sitting in in the corner of room, as you can see here, and
it is what it is, so I had to move the tripods a little bit further away. So I'm hoping that on Instagram, you're able to still hear me properly.
And I am hoping that the sound is well on.
On YouTube and Facebook, Allah
just tweaked a few settings. I noticed last two days the sound has been a little bit bitchy on Facebook and YouTube. Not too sure why that's the case.
So I made a few adjustments and hopefully everything goes well as for Instagram, hoping that you can hear me fine. If you can, please let me know the phones are really far from me. I actually can't reach you.
Oh, if if you can hear me properly and everything is good. Just let me know. Give me a thumbs up or you know, tell me, please. And I know that some of you are probably busy stirring for Juma right now. And that's why you can really hear me but those of you who are online, the Juma registration just opened up for our mustard. And that's why you can see lots of notifications, lots of people going crazy on that crate. I gave some homework yesterday and we will take that work in a little while waiting for a few people to get online. I know that a lot people usually are. And I'm pretty sure that Zach Lowe Henry has finally on you know, responded have the last few of you every DC Oh
baja 100. But it's good to know that the sound works good. Instagram seems to be pretty good with that hamdulillah.
So, as I said, we're going to be going through the third Joseph acqua n, which means that we'll start with the ending of surah turnbuckle and then transition off into to Alabama, and how to avoid
you know, ends this very beautifully, right, that ending of Surah Baqarah is very beautiful. Oh, and is beautiful, of course. I want to take a look at verse number 278 because there's an issue in our society that a lot of us go through, or a lot of us are faced with and we tend to just brush it off and let it go. As though it's not a major issue as though it isn't something that's important for us as believers to focus on to try to avoid so let's turn to number 278 of Surah Al Baqarah.
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it's commend to fear awesome how to avoid
having that taqwa, no doubt but be conscious of Allah. Be careful.
of what you're doing. Be aware that you may be breaking some of the laws and rules of Allah subhanho wa Taala.
And so Allah subhanho wa Taala says, yeah you have larina Aminu law whether Bhakti I mean Riba? He says all believers fear Allah and give up outstanding interest if you are a true believer in control.
Now, here are lots of how do we tap the highlights the importance of giving up interest will be involved in interest. And do you know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam we saw in our class, when we discussed interest or Riba, we we saw how the prophets Allah mentions the person who is paying interest, the person who's receiving interest, the person who witnesses the contract, the witnesses of the contract, as well as the person who drafts the contract, all of them all, all of them are
attending all of them are involved in that transaction of interest. And so my brothers and sisters, we need to be careful with it in the next personal lesson, and it shows how serious it actually is of an offense with Allah subhana wa whatapp. Let me just see if I could put this camera a bit further. That way I could fold this more distance, inshallah. Good.
So Allah, Allah says in verse number 270,
I'm deaf, and we'll be having been minalima, he was only Allah Subhana. Allah says, If you do not end if you do not give up outstanding interest, stop dealing with interest, then beware of a war with Allah and His Messenger, then we haven't been Allah, he wanted to
be aware of a war with Allah messenger.
We need to pause here for a second brothers and sisters.
live in a society that encourages the use of interest encourages constant dealing and interaction with interest.
This is dangerous. This is
harmful, not only to ourselves, but harmful to the society that we live in.
Wow, is that the instability that's created within society, where the rich continue to get richer, and the poor continue to get more poor. And when is stuck, and they need
to purchase ability or financial ability, and they go in, they take a loan,
they take this loan. Now what they're doing is they are incurring debt and adding to that debt every month, that you're not able to repay the full amount. So what happens now is this person incurred debt, now they start to go into the negative. And if they're not able to make payments, now they go into the negative, so to work harder, what happens with that person, they work, you know, exits or they work, you know, time, and then they start to work even more maybe two jobs or three jobs in order to
in order to pay those payments.
By default, one person is now working harder to pay off payment to pay off more interest.
They are no longer at home for long periods of time. They are not able to spend time with their family, they are stressed out. And they do spend time with their family, they are extremely stressed that they don't even give quality time to their family. So what we see happening is an imbalance within that person's life. And this imbalance is not only in one person's life, it's an imbalance within society. The rich become richer, keep taking they keep taking they keep taking from who from the people who are poor, trying to just afford something and sometimes they're the ones to blame. I'll say that straight sometimes we as human beings are the ones to blame. We put ourselves in that
position of debt. We put ourselves in a position where we can't afford things but because everyone else around us has it. We want to have it as well. Everyone else is enjoying it so I want to enjoy it as well. Everyone has a new car, so I need a nice new car. Everyone has a big house. So I need a big house. Everyone's children are going to tuition. So my children need to go to tuition. Every
Children are in private lessons or private sports, private sporting events. So my children need to be in private sporting events for everyone. And it's not everyone, but it's just the way that society is, you know, the funds that we use the technology that we have around us, they promote
that type of lifestyle. That seems beautiful and glossy and shiny, right? Like it like you're looking at the screen right now, you might say, oh, gosh, that's amazing. It's got like the lights up on his ceiling. And he's got these spotlights going. And all it is, is like an Ikea lamp, right?
It's an Ikea that is shining
on the wall as being left by some thunks
that's, you know, there it's a you know, a simple light, it's just on the ceiling has nothing to do with any sort of wealth. It's just a simple thing that a brother gifted me with, you know, he sent it over to give your, it will give you a live stream a lot a lot. You know, it'll be nice. And so sometimes our you know, when we look at the glitz and the glamour, it's just a simple example. You look at the food that people pose to you look at the, you know, what, and we are all to blame myself included, right, myself included, sometimes post things and people say, Oh, look at his life. Oh, look at her life. Oh, they have all Mashallah. Right. Amazing. Alright, sometimes panel, I know when
people do live stream a lot, my thought is I don't write it because I need to go mustard afterwards. But what people do is they will iron only the front, the only the top part, the back is wrinkled, because they know that you are only seeing the front of them.
Right? And what looks nice in front of the screen is not necessarily a reality in life. And the problem with is that we we tend to do extra stuff, right? We tend to do extra stuff, human beings in society that seem to reflect our lives but really isn't. So for example, you know, you're terrible at an argument with your spouse your children are stressing out. And what do you do, you go and you take a picture of something awesome. And you post it, people think you're having a wonderful day, but the reality is, you're you're having the worst day on earth. And so as human beings who try to live a life that other people live, or that other people portray on social media
is a mistake on our behalf. on our part, we should not try to live outside of our means, if I can't afford something, I should not try to buy it.
Until I'm able to afford it. I remember, you know, listening to in the last few years, I've been listening to lectures on wealth and finances and investments and, you know, trying to learn the Islamic effect of it a little deeper, the society that we live in the western context, you know, stocks, instruments and stuff like that.
And listening to a lecture, a very short podcast, it wasn't too long. And this person was saying, never buy anything, except that you can afford it and never spend more than 10% of what you earn. And he goes even longer and deeper than that, right? So in your general, you know, spending, you should have more than 10% what you earn, I thought to myself, as Canadians who barely earn, you know, as in we make a decent salary, but things are so expensive. That's a lot. A lot of people live month to month, or paycheck to paycheck, right? We can't really afford the lifestyle that we're living. We're just doing it anyways. Right? We're just doing it anyways. And so brothers and
sisters, when we think of this, have a lot. You know, this type of life that we live in North America is really annoying at times, because I
wanting, wanting to live a type of lifestyle
that we can't afford, and we know we can't afford it. And we end up taking loans. If we don't take, we end up working harder, working, not smarter, harder.
Then we don't spend time with our children.
And the years pass and our children have no interaction with us. Just let them be. They go about their lives. We go about our lives, and before you know it
they don't care about them, they don't care about debt.
They don't care about, you know what to say. They don't care about fasting, don't care about sada. No one was there to see if they were going to be fasting. Right now Al Hamdulillah. With COVID, you know, we're around more our children are around us more, we're able to pay more attention to them.
I was talking to someone earlier, they were giving an example of a relative
who owns their own business. Mother, father, they own the business. They do really well handled financially really well.
But the mother was saying she only prior to COVID, right prior to the pandemic, she would only see her children may be for a few minutes morning, or they go off to school.
But in the evening, by the time she comes home, her husband and her come home from work, the business that they own, that they run together,
children are already asleep in bed.
So they don't either children Monday to Friday, they see them for a few minutes in the morning. And she was the only time that she spends with her children is on Saturday and Sunday.
And that is both mother and father. Who is spending that time with our children,
or our children with it's the mother, father and not with the children and who are the children? Where are they going? What are they doing? Why are they interacting with
money mind my brothers and sisters. So when we think of
looking after children, raising children,
and the society we live in, and what matters to us most is really not the size of our house matters to us most is not how many bedrooms and bathrooms and how furnished and furnished our homes and basements are. What matters to us as we grow older, is our children. Because eventually they'll grow up, they'll move out, and they'll have their own place. And we'll have that house and our children will not do the things that we're pleased with. They will not be connected to a lot of things that we are pleased with and won't be happy. So here less impediment to mining us. Be aware
of a war that you are embarking upon a battle that you take up arms against Allah
and His Messenger of Allah Allah He will tell them how.
By disregarding the commands of Allah and the Sunnah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. By disregarding what is permissible is not and what is not permissible in Islam, and doing what is not permissible and staying away from what is permissible. By doing so, we are disturbing ourselves disturbing our children, disturbing our family, disturbing the society that we live in. And the people who are indulging receiving us interest are just as guilty,
offsetting that balance in society. So my brothers and sisters, Allah subhana wa, then says what in Tibetan federal Congress, while the combat if you repent, you may retain your principal, like your principal investment or your principal amount, the capital that went into what you are owed back from the person paying you, you're entitled to that, nothing more. Nothing more.
Anything more means you've picked up
some sort of arm to wage war against the loss of habitat and His Messenger
but it took them forever. Also unlikely Good luck, lot of Lima talk, do not wrong. And you will not be wronged do not displease Allah, and you will not be displeased. He then says well
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on in verse number 280 of Surah Baqarah Allah subhana wa tada says, if it is difficult for someone to repay a debt now we look at a different type of business transactions on took a loan right? and paying back the exact amount now could still link into the interest and remember we said that that's not permissible here so can we add as well in Canada or select infinity Illa Mesa, if it is difficult for someone to repay a debt, postpone it until the time of ease. If someone owes you money and you are expected
That money by today. And they don't repay you that money by today. Maybe you could set up a system where they pay some back over time. And you set another date you postpone that date that they have to return the wealth. So unless with an SS postpone it until a time of ease.
And if you waive It was a pan with NSS wasn't Assad, the Hyrule and if you waive it as an app charity, someone owes you money, and they're not able to pay back and you tell them, no problem, I forgive you of the amount. And you consider that amount that you lend to someone and they owe you back. You consider that a sadhaka.
A type of charity that you give to this person or to those people. Allah subhana wa says, What untestable Hyrule lacunae in Quinto,
it will be better for you. If only you knew.
If only you knew
it would be much better to forgive to pardon the person who came to you in need my brothers and sisters. Let's think of this for a second here.
There are many brothers and sisters in our community who are financially strapped, as in they are stuck and
won't make uses for them being financially stuck due to decision made that go against the command of how to avoid when people say I have a mortgage to pay and I need more money and that okay, there's a difference between needing this house or are you able to suffice? Are you able to suffice the home that is smaller? Maybe a condo? Maybe an apartment may be a house? That is what a townhouse instead of, you know,
a detached house, right? Are you able to suffice with something smaller, something similar, something outside of the city might be even cheaper. And if that's handled in
that person, people less as Muslims, we need to realize that
and the purpose of it is not to work day and night.
To pay off
Our purpose as givers in this world is not to work day and night. Pay off house.
Our purpose is worship Allah and we are getting every single morning and going to sleep every single evening and night. And our entire day revolves around working hard to pay off a house that is involved in interest, male panel will help us
and I know some people will say doubt that's almost every single one of us. Well, Allah did not change the Quran two years ago when you bought your house.
As in Allah did not change something written within the UN after you purchased your home. The Quran was always there. Many of us about this already. We still went ahead and and just cover our eyes and thought what was not going to do anything me I'm safe as believers, we always feel we are entitled to paradise. We are deserving of Paradise, and we will never get punished. That's not true. My brothers and sisters, that's not true. As believers, we need to understand that, um, was there especially us living in 2020. The UN was around for hundreds of years before we were even born
hundreds of years before we were even born.
And so to make the excuse
I didn't know
is only for a select few. There are only a few people who can actually say I didn't know. I honestly know we're not allowed to do an interest. But I'm pretty sure almost every single Muslim once they reach the age of maturity, once they reach 18 920 years old and they become an adult they
Interest is not permissible for Muslims.
So there's no excuse.
And here, my brothers and sisters, I go back to what I was saying. There are many brothers and sisters in our community that are really stuck financially, they may have made decisions that were no good.
What we try to do is to help them design a path, or a plan that will take them away from the displeasure of a cannibal attack.
And help them to come closer to Allah by first of all, paying off that debt that's off the debt. Okay, let's work on a financial, let's see how you can repay this loan that you're taking. And if you can't repay it, well, Hamdulillah, Allah Subhana, Allah may bring someone around that forgives you of that, but expected, don't expect it. This is another issue we find in our community. In our society, I should say, we find that sometimes
sometimes people will feel that
it's okay for them to go ask someone to borrow money, and to never return it
was dependable with data protect us and save us all. And there are some in our, in our society most times, who think and who feel
that it is okay for them to
the people who owe them money, and to say bad things about them, to them, and to make do are against them, because they refuse to pardon or refuse to forgive and let go of the loan was given. If a loan was taken, my brothers and sisters work to pay it off.
work to pay it off. If the person who lent you the money does not want to forgive you of it, that is their right? You have no right to expect them to simply waive it. It is a wealth, they're entitled to receiving it back. So do not do not go and make people feel bad. And make them feel like they're just letting go of the wealth. If you have good intentions. They want to waive it and they want to allow you to simply do it later or don't even pay it back.
But if that's not the case, handling that I
spent a lot of time on that didn't want to spend that much time on it but hamdulillah then Allah Subhana data shows is verse 181, which we see in
Hadees shuttled the Allah has being the verse of the news revealed last revealed verse to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam where Allah subhana wa data says in verse number 281 what w
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and none will be wronged.
Allah subhana wa Jalla will not wrong us will not take advantage of us he will not oppress us in any way shape or form.
And what we've done in our lives, whether they're good or bad, Allah subhanho data will hold us to account for it.
So we need to be very mindful of this and look at where our last panelist had to place this verse within the surah right after talking about following the command of Allah and not waging war against the loss of Henan His Messenger he reminds us what oku
He began those, you know this this portion of the surah he says, Yeah, you
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me. He reminds us of being mindful of Allah subhana wa to Hana the same time fear the punishment of Allah subhanho data and his two, three verses are also how do we to add that brings this sort of context to a wrap up. And the last verse, it's revealed, oh, being mindful and fearful for punishment of being conscious of the day that you will return to Allah. What duck will Yeoman gentlemen Effie a lump sum to one cool thing? Guess that won't lie. You have
some data that protected every single one of us. I mean,
homework. I gave you homework yesterday. In the comment section there I want some of you to type in your homework. What is the definition of taqwa? And a verse in the second Jews of the Quran that contains taqwa or speaks about taqwa? That was your homework, yellow want to see it This may be holding you to account with tokuyama Gerona, in a loss to a color, sing my cassava. Only over the moon, every one of us has to give account to autumn hanaway. I gave him work, let's see who was able to actually fulfill
the manner that was placed upon you. here this will
who found answers to the questions that spoke about yesterday.
30 and 30
so that was your let's see. Who's got it.
All right. Hey, I said I owe 183 means being pious and conscious of Allah subhana wa Tada. Very says, being mindful and conscious of verse number 194. Okay, I don't have open up in front of me right now, but I'll take your word for it shut.
Okay. In fact, let's just go check that
verse number 194. Wow, that's far. I'll take your word for it.
I'm good enough. Because if I start scrolling back, and I lose my spot, or am
I good enough? I'm good. Glad to see that quite a few people did it. Who else winter love 671234 tequila is that shield and
my phone is too far away and I read what it says
and comes between a person and what may harm his or spirituality very good.
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is being conscious of and I'm gonna put my hand could see the writing because white writing on the white page is hard to see. being conscious of a loss away of sins in in public. Very good.
Knowing that Allah can see all times good, says taqwa and consciousness to Penwith. Good. I'm glad some of you did the homework. Very good. Let's move on in sha Allah to the next door.
In fact, I want to touch upon verse number 286
verse number 286 of Torah tillbaka Allah Penwith addresses you kill me for love lesson Illa was
Allah does not require of any more than they can afford. Allah so how do we does not test us put us through hardships that are too difficult for us to bear that are so burdensome upon us that we break almost penalty to Allah gives us tests in our lives that we are able to withstand. And this is an example for every single one of us to keep in mind my brothers and sisters there are times in life where we feel as though Allah is testing us too much. It's too hard. It's too difficult. I can't do it. Don't ever think that way. Don't think that you can do it. Just take I need to
need to relate
Don't think that you can't do it Allah subhanho wa Taala can make anything easy for you. If you trust that a loss of habitat it will do so.
So remember it with the help of a wasp? How do we do that we live through life is with the plan of Allah spanaway to handle the things come our way that make things in life a little bit difficult for us. While at the same time my brothers and sisters Allah Sultana doesn't test us with something that we cannot withstand, that we cannot deal with. We can't, you know,
get ourselves through.
While a test or challenge in life might seem difficult to remember it is from Allah. He plans to give it to me because he knows that I'm able to get through it. And that's all that I'll say about that. I'm gonna move on to verse number eight and nine have swore
let's look at seven and eight of Sora Iam on
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That when he revealed the Quran to Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he revealed it containing verses that are clear and verses that may not be so clear. He says when the the ends and it can tell them, you know, to mark Hamilton on the omole kita were Mater shabbiha he says he is the one who has revealed to you Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the book
of which some verses are precise. Some verses are precise. mean I had to come up. They're precise. They are specific. They let us know exactly what Allah Subhana Allah wants. Allah subhana wa says how Lima to Allah berhad to cabana to como como como hola to Marbella to a free webinar to
almost lays it out very clearly simple. Hello, hello, hello. Hello, right? In loco Laila does Leah and refer to Isa come, nanny, Burson?
the hurry? Right?
What is cejas? How do we add it gives us verses that are very clear, very clear, very simple. So he says, he has he's the one who was he is the one who has revealed to you to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the book, which some verses are precise. They are the foundation of the book. They are the foundation of the Quran, while others are elusive. What will how shabby hat they might seem similar, they might, you know, bring differences of opinion or different views.
those verses are the main ones. main ones. Of course, the loss of habitat is or the foundation of the book, right.
Those with deviant hearts follow the elusive verses seeking to spread debt through their false interpretation of the
but none grasps their full meaning accept all
the verses that may seem a little bit
or they mix in with other verses, one verse
Something another something else.
Allah, Allah truly understands them. Of course, this is why we see that there are those who understand. Allah subhana wa says, As for those well grounded in knowledge. As for those well grounded in knowledge. They say, we believe in this
is all from our Lord. But none will be mindful of this, except people have.
So when lossy horfield our enemy Oh, you won't be he couldn't luminor in the albina Amelie avec Illa all
the ones understand the knowledge of a loss and what is in the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Alem.
They will not say, Oh, you know, and I'll give you an example. I actually asked this question
I asked this question is maybe a little controversial, some people, some people will say, Hey, you know what, I can't accept this.
But that's a reason why I asked this question to get the response.
I asked a question to class A few years ago.
are the tough? And I said,
this is the core.
Do you? Does everyone in this auditorium believe in this. And this was in another city. It's in another city, not here at the University of fluid and I was teaching a class there. And I said, this is the
most have contains the Quran. The word of Allah definit. Everyone says, yep, we believe in it. Do you believe in everything that is this? Yes, everyone in the auditorium was Muslim. And everyone you know, said we believe in the entire Quran, everything that's revealed within it. Do you believe what's in it from the beginning till the end from cover to cover? Yes. Okay.
How do you feel about the verses where Allah Subhana, Allah says, that men who's doing justice to his spouse is able to have two or three or four wives. And of course, I'm not saying that this is permitted here. Because within the country we live in, right, of course, within Islam, Allah Subhana, Allah allows us but within the country, we have to respect the laws. And, of course, know that it is illegal within Canada to be married to more than one spouse at any given point time. However, as a question
how do these verses sit with you? and sisters? Something like oh, no, we can't accept this even theirs? They were like, you know, we think that something of the past doesn't suit. No, versus, you know, some and then, but I thought you said you believe in all the verses beginning to end from cover to cover all of it is the believe in it? Yes.
Some verses we just have an issue with
some verses we have.
Some verses we have an issue.
So then, do we actually believe in the entire world?
Do we actually believe in everything that was revealed from Allah subhana wa,
l. Of course, there are principles in place that we look at the Sunnah in order to obey to the principles, right, the rules found in the Quran. And so
is it compulsory for this, you know, those verses to be applied to know
husband and wife can be married to each other in in Canada? That's it?
Is there a problem? No, there isn't. Do I understand those verses that come from?
Stan, do you accept septum there's apparently time has made something permissible, that doesn't mean you have to do it.
He made it permissible for those that are able to those have been an area those etc, etc. But that's another topic on its own. The question was, do you believe in the full on everything from beginning to end? And you my brothers and sisters in that example.
And I know that it's not compulsory, I know that. But the example there is that there are some verses that don't sit well with some people
who claim to believe in the entire quote. And that's where doubt comes in. And this is what I had with those who are well grounded in their knowledge. Those who believe that this
Discipline will yield from a law which is the truth, not going to debate it. It is the truth it comes from Lord, but none will be mindful of this except people of people who have written people who will try to understand people who will deeper people who will not settle in to argue and pick fights, get in people's faces and create documentaries and write things about it and put some how to get what there is there.
Let's try to understand it. can something be applied here? can something be applied there? Yes or no? If so hamdulillah.
And we move on Lhasa with Anna says, I've been led
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They say who is who sings day who those who are well grounded. Our Lord. Do not let our hearts deviate. after You have guided us. Are Bennett led to do Gulu bury his head they were having a meeting them karma and we're have grant us Your mercy. You are in need the giver of all these
brothers and sisters.
Muslims when I asked question, do we believe in all of the question that was revealed we should feel confident and satisfied the Quran and hamdulillah when there's something within it that doesn't sit well with us.
problem is not with the Quran. The problem is not with Allah. The problem is not with the Sunnah. The problem is not with the deen of Allah Penwith. Allah says in this surah in verse number 19, in the deen and while he is the true religion with Allah, which is Islam. The problem is not with Islam and his Deen the problem with us that we haven't been able to fully understand and grasp the knowledge of Allah subpanel beuter Hannah's book and the son of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.
And so here is our homework.
Our homework for today my brothers and sisters is
to memorize verse number eight of surah Emraan
memorize verse number eight of Enron
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