Faaik Gamieldien – 148 – Jumuah

Faaik Gamieldien
AI: Summary © The importance of narrowing the gap between oneself and others is discussed in Islam, including the use of " Easter" and the importance of reading the Quran. The need for people to apply their hearts more than their minds to the Quran is emphasized, along with the importance of shabbat and respect in learning to read properly. The segment also touches on the lack of evidence that the Mirage event in Islamic history was organized by Muhammad's followers and the need for people to address the lack of support for their actions.
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Aloha no Tata speaks to us in Hola Hola. Allah says Surah to dakara, Shahada Ramadan, a lady on the left or an orderliness over unity mineral Buddha al Furqan, foreman Shahid, amine commissioner of alia some woman Karna Merida, Allah suffering fidelity to me I am in poker. You read the law Hobi como nuestra wala you read up como las Bali took me right, that's our little kabiru La La La La

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There's verse of course is a very famous verse in Sharla. Now with the coming of Ramadan, Ramadan is on our doorstep and we need to talk about Ramadan and we need to inshallah, make preparations for Ramadan, both in terms of our supplies for Ramadan and also spiritual supplies for the month of Ramadan. allows for Hanoi, Tada.

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Maybe I should I'm not going to make the fear of this verse going to in fact, talk about the first two verses of surah. Juma.

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But when we talk about this verse, we normally start with Shahada Ramadan and we talk about the Quran we never get to the last verses of the, of this verse of this long verse. So I just want to quickly say something about the last part of this verse, where our last partner says, You read Allahu be Kemal Yusra Wallah you read to become velocity allows for analysis allows for high low data doesn't allow us to make Ramadan easy for you.

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Now that could have been enough if somebody says, I want to just make this easy for you. That allows foreigner goes further analysis will allow you read become Rasul Allah confirms and says, I don't want to make it difficult for you. Allah says Allah says, Ramadan, I want to make it easy for you. I really don't want to make it difficult. Allah stresses that point. So we find them that Ramadan as a special quality of easiness

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in that if you try to force a whole month any other time of the year, it's going to be very difficult. I mean, we have to fast I mean not have to but soon not too fast, at least on a Monday and on the Thursday, and we know how difficult that is. But Ramadan uses fast food Owlman just like that, out of the blue 11 months of the year you eat and just one month you just start fasting on the first day you go right through to the 30th day or the 29th so Allah saunas was very true. You read a lot of ecomo Nusrah Wallah you read the Comoros Allah says Allah really wants to make an ally himself says he will make it easy. So Allah doesn't say you must make it Allah says he will make it

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easy for you. So Allah starts off Ramadan with with easiness with with a promise that Ramadan will be easy.

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And Ramadan, of course, as you know in this verse of Surah 185 or so Bukhara. Ramadan is mentioned only in the whole Quran. Nobody else is allowed to mention Ramadan. Nobody else this allows her except we are allowed finalises koulibaly camassia that is in regard to fasting and that those verses of course also refer to the Jews and the Christians in the other ambia were fostered before Mohammed Salah Salim but when Allah talks specifically about this oma Allah talks about the month of Ramadan, only once, the whole Torah

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and one would think that when Allah, Allah speaks about Ramadan, in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala would mention fasting

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or Allah would first mentioned eating and drinking and that kind of thing. No, the first thing I lost when I mentioned when Allah mentions in Milan is Allah mentions Shahada Ramadan, a levy on zelophehad. The first thing Allah mentioned is Ramadan is not the month of fasting Allah says Ramadan is the month in which Allah subhanaw taala sent and

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so the revelation of the Quran is the defining issue for Ramadan.

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The ibadah of Ramadan is too fast

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The defining issue for Muslims is the Quran.

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And these verses were revealed. in Medina, the not mechon verses revealed. These verses were revealed after the navvy salam had already implanted the Koran in the hearts and the minds of the Sahaba in Makkah.

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They knew the Quran, at least all the verses that revealed up to them. They knew the value of the Quran. They knew the fact that the Koran was for them a living Torah. Not a Koran for recitation, but a for an for implementation.

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Not a Koran to read for Baraka, but a poor arm to guide their lives. And yeah, they come to Medina and allows the hunter illustrates the point again, Allah revives the point of the he die of the Quran Shaka Ramadan, and levy own Zilla feel foreign who deadliness again alone Of course in Medina, there was a different scenario a different mixture of Muslims. in Medina, there were three kinds of Muslims. There was the movement, the Abu Bakar is enormous and the ninth and the alleys and so forth and so on. The people whose Eman was made in Makkah, this was the first group of Muslims.

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The second group of Muslims were called Muslim, not as strong as the Abu Bakr is in the armors. But

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practicing to the best of their ability, the Dean of our last panel, Tom, and the third group was the moon article. Those people who had a bit of problem coming into the dean and had a bit of problem the intentions were not very good. And they also then had a problem of living Islam of making this Salah in fact them in Africa and also made this Allah some of them were very strict on their Salah, we know that

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that Abdullah in obey was the chief of the monastic who in Mecca made five times Allah behind an obese or alarmism, every time that we say these that we are to the Haram and then we stood in the in the mecca of that said, Allah Akbar, Abdullah newbay stood behind him.

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Yet he was a he was a man of meaning that openly he professed Islam but inwardly he hated Islam. He didn't like Islam. So well that mixture of Muslims in Medina allows wahana tala Erie opens

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the Koran for them and for us

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the month of Ramadan, I think for all of us,

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we all have one objective

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and that is that every single one of you and I inshallah

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have the intention of doing more good in Ramadan than what we do other times of the year.

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Those of us who don't frequent the mosque in Ramadan or Hamdulillah, we frequent the mosque.

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Those of us who may do things which is wrong otherwise in Ramadan, we stop what we do hungry.

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in Ramadan, we read the Quran in Ramadan

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we make Tara with Salah so in Ramadan, we have the objective of in fact fudger Salah Mashallah we we all hear every fact that every morning you know, in the masjid, so a lot of good things in the month of Ramadan.

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But the most important thing I think all of us

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aspire to.

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And all of us want to achieve

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is to narrow the gap between us and allows us

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to really try and discover who our Lord is, and what he means to us and what he wants from us.

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And why is it that was all the Salah we make other times of the year, we can't seem to get that corba

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We are close to Allah when we in the Salah, the moment we out of the Salah, we will lose contact.

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But we have this desire every Muslim is to try and bridge the gap between us and allow us

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to discover the beauty of Allah, the wonders of Allah, the greatness of Allah, the mercy of Allah, the forgiveness of Allah. And finally, to discover that allowes Mahabharata loves all of us, and He forgives all of us.

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And if you look at the history of men, and you look at the history of the Nabi sallallahu wasallam you will find that prophets will always say to the worst people

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Maybe that's the reason we didn't have a profit. No, we're not the worst people have learned. I'm not saying that is effective thing that is my own opinion. So don't

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tell people that profit didn't come to Cape Town because we are good people. I didn't say that.

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I'm not saying we bad. We're saying we could either. So proverbs was saying to there was no the worst people in the time of Muhammad Sallallahu sallam.

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If we look at the world, at the time, consisted of the great Persian civilization, the great Roman civilization.

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The Persians was restaurants, they also had a real book which they change over time, the Jews at the time they had revealed book, The Torah, the Christians at the review, book, the Bible.

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And then he got to the atoms of Arabia as the most backward people on the face of the earth.

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There in God, because these Arabs didn't even live in houses, they live in tents, they moved around, and they had no fixed abode. They had no civilization. They had no high buildings, like the Romans had, and still standing, the Colosseum in Rome. And these were the massive structures that the Romans put up MCAD, none of these.

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those people had done only a civilization that people like Aristotle, Plato, all those great philosophers were written tomes of books on philosophy in Makkah, there wasn't a single book. In fact, they were only 17 people in Macau good reason, right, excluding the NaVi Salalah Salim who couldn't himself couldn't read or write.

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So allowed to have the Knights sent

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his prophet to that kind of people, and made and made those kinds of people, the leaders of mankind.

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So we should never undervalue under estimating and the judge

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the capacity of people who are the lowest of the low to become the best of the best.

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Every person has the potential of becoming the best of the best.

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I could never imagine I'm not talking about myself. But I example,

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I could never have imagined when I was 18 years old, that one day I'll be standing in the masjid and speaking to people about allows

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that I was a very bad person.

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But that didn't enter my mind

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at all.

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So it doesn't mean that if something is not in your mind at the moment, it could not get into your mind but the will of a loss.

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So this, this close to Allah

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and of course, whether we like it or not, we are getting close to a loss on

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our journey. La mlj Illa Illa. Allah, Allah says, There is no running except towards Allah. You can't run away from Allah.

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And our movement is towards Allah. You can't say I'm moving away from No, no, no. You're moving towards Allah. Despite yourself, your movement is towards the cover. And that is towards Allah subhanho wa Taala. And what does Allah say what is the key to this? closeness to Allah? Allah says,

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So Ramadan, Allah, the hula

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that Ramadan, Ramadan is a month of the Quran. The Quran is the key to our relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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the Quran is the key that that is that is the key is that Salah that is the key to the agenda. So Quran is the key to unlocking our relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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And what is required of us in terms of the Quran

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to apply our hearts more than our minds to the Quran.

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Now there is a verse in the holy book in the Quran,

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where Allah, Allah says

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la takanobu salatu wa anthems Takara

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apologies to the people of Mecca and Medina before wine became Haram. Allah says la Takara bufala to Adam sukar do not go near the Salah when you in a drunken state

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was before one became Hara. Allah says

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and this was one of the responses which Allah gave to

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A question of Omar. Omar always wondered why to become haram when became Muslim, and Allah did it in stages. And this stage was Allah said, when you have imbibed wine then don't go near Salah. And Allah gave reason Allah says had

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mata kulu Allah says, Why should you not go to the Salah in a state of inebriation or drunkenness?

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Allah says,

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until you know what you are reading

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Allah subhanaw taala saying that drunkenness takes away your capacity to know what you know, don't people don't know what they say. They will say a lot of things if you ask him afterward it is a condom member. So Allah says, Don't go when you're drunk and make Salah because he will not be knowing what you were saying.

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Today we go come for Salah 20 Records in the month of Ramadan.

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People complain

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when the half is men or men do not complete the Quran and some of the massages. Why only half the Jews? Why only three could the Jews Why don't we read the Quran.

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Allah says don't make Salah until you know what you reading.

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Most of us don't know what we read

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hamdulillah we don't drink and we don't do all those things.

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But the purpose of the Quran

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is to know what you read.

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And for you to sit there and for me to stand up and say what we don't know. So we don't know.

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So that's the end of the story. No.

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We have to make some effort

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to begin to know what the Quran means. And it is not difficult when it comes to Ramadan. If you are a regular masala for every night to come to taraweeh then you should at least read off the hustle when you come from work. This is read the translation of what you know is going to come next tonight in the in the Torah we have salah and you will have some idea at least of what is being read in order for somebody to get up afterwards to explain to you what was read in a tweener throbbing is like

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you didn't know what you read in the salary requirement is for you to know when you read the Salah itself not not to get an explanation afterwards. So the key then, is to read the Quran was an open and receptive mind. And if we do this alone, Allah gives us of all the things that he gives us in them of all the gifts that gives us and we know Ramadan is the biggest gift. It's a gift from Allah. That our way is a gift from Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam and the biggest gift that is given to us is allows one Nabisco sort of Caesar who fear Allah who Mata condom amin Danby Allah says if you do it well allows you to hydrate Allah will forgive all your previous sins on the previous so given

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bellows so now last one are giving Sharla that we in this

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Ramadan which is coming which may be our last Ramadan we don't know

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that we try and do something which is beneficial to us.

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That thing of going through the motions

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you will never get promoted at work if you could just go through the motions you know that

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the boss looks at and says sky just comes in at eight o'clock he leaves at five o'clock. He just goes through the motions he learns nothing new he doesn't want to go on any courses he does nothing. So he gets no promotion. So at least in general and this Ramadan we should try and get some promotion from our last panel.

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So essentially Ramadan is about the

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and it's not just Ramadan, we have to start now you know, we should start every morning at least when you get up now foger is late. You can get up a little bit earlier. Pick up your Koran, you can read the Arabic and read English.

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Allah doesn't look at what you do Allah looks at your intention to Allah knows you can't read Arabic. But that doesn't mean you can't read the Quran in English or understand some of the because even the Quran in English is so powerful that even if you read the English it can make a very great impact on your life. Because it's still the Colombo law, although it's translated into English

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so today and I

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I want to speak today about in fact just two verses of surah Juma

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which is the 62nd surah in the Quran maybe if you really interested you could go home surah two Juma is only 11 verses

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and go home, like you said, an hour to eat and I also at least spend 10 minutes to say, Well, she asked us to, to read Alice Quran, Alice column, these actually just read the 11 verses to get some idea of what what what it says what what sort of Java says. So Juma is divided into three parts.

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The first part

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deals with the believers. And it deals with Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam.

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The second part deals with the bernisa ila, and the third part deals with a Friday pray

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to be divided into three parts, I'm only going to do the first two verses of the 11 verses.

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Otherwise, I'll have to keep you and I kept here on Wednesday evening.

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And you're really angry with me because I keep you so late on the day of tomorrow, so I'm not going to make you more angry. So we're going to deal with two verses of the Quran.

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I say to you, I think on toto occasion to three occasions now that

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when we look at the kalama La ilaha illAllah, Muhammad Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, we find that there is no break in between these two sentences. La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah there is none worthy of worship except Allah. Mohammed is the Rasool the Messenger of Allah.

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Anybody who tries to put anything in between these these two sentences is in big trouble.

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there is this misunderstanding that when we speak about the Quran, we speak about Allah and when we speak about how do we speak about Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is no show.

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The Quran speaks about Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam the main character

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we're gonna say actor, but the main character of the Quran is Mohammed Salah long

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and there are 1000s of ad

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in which is mentioned the name of our last panel.

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So for people who say is I only follow the four ad meaning I don't follow the hadith of Mohammed sasami himself doesn't know what he's talking about. Because the Quran talks about Muhammad Salah, the very third verse of Sorrento Baccarat one levina you knew about unzila

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like third versus mccrary first Mohammed Hassan

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one levina You mean una

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una de la allow Swapna says and those who believe in what has been revealed to you, meaning Who? Mohamed Salalah you don't mention my name you don't mention people by name. When you speak to them directly Allah says what has been revealed to you. So the book The Quran is about Muhammad Allah

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and the Hadith is about also about Allah and Mohammed Salah laws.

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The road to Allah is through Mohammed Salah loves

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everything that we know about Allah came by Mohammed Salah alarmism.

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That is why when Allah says to us that he is one he says,

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Call who Allah and police

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and address to a single person call means you singular say

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who allow had allies. Allah doesn't say all you Muslims you might say Allah is one Allah says Muhammad you say Allah.

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This message of my oneness goes through you to the oma and to mankind and to the whole of the universe.

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There is an inextricable link between Allah and Mohammed Salah larussa and those who want to break that link is committing the biggest kind of Cooper that you can find. People want to delink Allah from his prophet Mohammed Salah Lawson. So what they do is they say we only follow the Quran, we don't follow. He was only a conduit.

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This is the beginning of Kufa.

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So we should be very careful

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in making statements like that, or allowing others to make statements like that in our presence.

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We need to defend the totality of the kalama because that is what we bear witness to. A shadow Allah, Allah illallah wa shadow Adam

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some love.

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surah Juma starts with your sub be holy law he Murphy sama what you are nothing

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and there is a number of tools in the Quran that start with the words you start behold

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these sutras are called Musab Bihar subcohort.

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And these two rows essentially deal with the elevation of the man of the Muslims. These verses issue was revealed in order for the Muslim to raise the level of faith man, because as you know, salaam said you are a man goes up and down.

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So in a in a at a time when we need to be raised the mind allows

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you to

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praise and glorify allows

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the number of them Subhan Allah

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will will as is for the surah hacia for example, also starts with the same with sub behat. And so your intuitive Juma the * the 62nd surah of the Quran, Allah begins and says, You suck the holy law he Murphy sama huachuma. And as I said, on Wednesday evening, Allah always turns our attention to the heavens and the earth.

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And the heavens are more mentioned more in number than the Earth and the earth has always been in second and the heavens I mentioned first.

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Just like back I was looking at the five pillars just this morning I was reading and looking at the five pillars and I was thinking of writing a little three T's little booklet on the mathematics of tawheed just came to my mind because if you look at the five pillars of Islam, four of them deal with counting and mathematics

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and about knowing the heavenly bodies these three things Salah you can't make unless you can establish time

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zaca you can't give unless you know percentages.

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Hard you can't make unless you know the time for Hajj you must know how to see the moon outside the moon same with Ramadan was able to able to start the morning allows founder says

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in the in the verses on Ramadan.

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While he took me to light that Allah to kabiru la la Mata Allah says the end of the verse what it took to know like that and so that you can complete your counting

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Allah He was taught in the month of Ramadan, but you must complete in the word

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took me Lu to complete also means comes in with Kemal which means also to perfect so Ramadan is not only a month in which you count was able to count and as I said, you know this for Shabbat we celebrate needs for Shabbat and we call it mythical Shabbat and would miss beans ha

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not meddle with half of Shabbat. So the night of half of Shabbat

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we celebrated on the 15th night of Shabbat isn't it?

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Nice Mr. shaba

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but what if the month of Shabbat only has 29 days? Then we were all wrong?

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Then you should celebrated

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12 o'clock

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on the 15th day because that will be exactly Miss busaba the middle of 40 sorry 40 so we should get back to our midday but we won't know Why not? Because we'll only know the end of Shabbat isn't it

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will only now this was Shabbat Shabbat because it's a man made celebration we get into all these kinds of nonsense sorry muffled

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The only celebrations which is confirmed correct all the time is that which Warhammer sustanon came with and confirmed our lindora

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2010 of night of Ramadan 23rd of night of Ramadan. Allah say nice for Ramadan is that no 2727 that was between us and you come from number 127 that's it 37

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ain't no further you see the moon next is Eagle, Eagle of heart and if you see them on Angel

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we thought another 10 days 10 days 123 was 10 days 10 days.

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Proper process

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of the 10th day of the ninth day of

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life. But as soon as men come to these innovations

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startlingly clear that these are manmade innovations.

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You may say well you know this

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it's actually that's how these look at any measurement innovation.

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You'll see that always controversy about by the time so a lot of time that says you tap your holy law humanity somehow it on earth love

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everything in the heavens in the earth glorify the name of allows behind

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everything this cup, this the world's trees, the lights everything mama means everything

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that is living and nonliving everything celebrates and glorifies the name of Allah.

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Then Allah does something which he never did did in any other verse in the whole of the Quran.

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Allah says,

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Allah Maliki loco Luce

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Allah zS al Hakim

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you will find it in the rest of the Quran when Allah ends of a verse He only mentioned two of his prefer to have his attributes Bismillah R Rahman Rahim

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen Islam.

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So, Allah always enjoy

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to have his attributes to have his defining qualities of his defining characteristic, but he allows was mentioned before

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you should be fully lahemaa feature my watch your mouth loud. Al Malik.

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Good news.

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Al Aziz al Hakim.

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Now, I want you to remember what I said in the beginning

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about the iron chain that connects the two parts of the Kadima inseparable,

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and because it's inseparable, inseparable, there is nothing you can intersperse between the two.

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What belongs to Allah belongs to Allah and whatever Allah Subhana Allah wanted us to know he sent us he sent it via Mohammed Salah on Islam.

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So when Allah says is Al Malik, and Malik means is the King.

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But the question I think that people who contemplate on the meaning of the Koran would ask, so what is it mean when unless it is and Malik? Does he sit on a throne?

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With the crown on his head? How Lola cotulla How does Allah experience his kingship is already the Lord of the universe.

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So how does it express the fact that his refers him to serve as King and Malik, possessor Maliki ob Dean? seconds, Allah says output news Allah says he's out produce produce means the one who is forever purified.

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It has two meanings.

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It means the one who is

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forever purified it also means the one who purifies so how does Allah purify?

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Then Allah says Allah Aziz and Al Aziz also has two meanings. It means respect. And it means authority. So allows Mohammed as authority and Allah demands respect. Allah also has respect without authority, authority without respect, or Lesbos. I mean people can have authority but no respect. We see in Parliament, not going to mention the man's name.

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But he has the authority but no respect.

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Some people have respect but no authority, see, old lady crossing the road, we all respect, but she has no authority.

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And some people as both authority and respect, allow father as both respect Allah and allows countries to exercise authority over his creation. That is number three. So on Medical News, Al Aziz and Hakeem, allow founder is the most wise

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the most wise

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man back to

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the source of all wisdom from allows.

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So that is the first verse of circle Juma.

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And I think the first verse deals with the first verse verses deals with the believers. Yeah, these would allow us to handle the second verse

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who will lead the birth of Illumina Russell

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The main home

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allowance for handleless now talks about Mohamed Salah loudest

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now I want you to see the connection between the first verse and the second verse. The first verse talks about four attributes of Allah

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that He has. He's the king Malik. He's the purifier, to his eyes his

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his our respect and he has authority. And fourthly, he's number two hikmah the source of all wisdom comes from a loss. Then Allah says, what are the bad effect on me Nora sulan

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He is the one who sent

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a messenger

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Minh home from amongst the people of NACA

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and messenger

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and the last one that gives the first quality or the first mission or the first task of this messenger Allah says yet clue I lay him at

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this messenger make to our you know the law is

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the law allow means to read something

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from a page or from memory, word for word line by line that is to allow the law was not something which you say but from yourself to allow something you read from a book or from some something something that somebody else has written.

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So a lot of times that says he said a thing or mean first a lot harder as he says. You say the same amongst the non literate people what we would call illiterate people a lot said he sent a man a message to illiterate people.

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Night This was on me. Y'all know to mean mother, isn't it? To call on me mother? Yeah, Allah song refers Yeah, the word only means a person who can read or write.

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the Quran is saying that just like when I mother gives birth to a child, and that child doesn't have the capacity to learn, neither to read or write. So a person who is non literate as the same qualities he can read and he can write.

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So in the morning when we read in the past of Salah, we say

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what do we say what we should we say Allah, Allah, Allah, Muhammad

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and the yield on me.

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Not like many people say a Nabeel on me. That is a big difference and nabilone me means the unlimited profit if you say

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salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad and Nabeel oni he, you say that be of his mother,

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instead of saying the unlettered prophet.

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So be careful how you read and if especially when Imam that's why it's so difficult to be an Imam. Because if you leave the salah and you say unabie on me, and the person behind you knows it because they

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can't even it's never mind anything else. So it's very important that these very important words of Arabic I said properly and maybe Ramadan is the month in which we should relook at how we read the Fatiha or we need to allow ahead, how we read the sutras that we read everyday in the Salah. really look at it, look at the Quran, see how you read it, and what is written down in the Quran. Very important. Ramadan is a month for doing that kind of thing. Ramadan is not a matter of reading the Quran from

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Al Baqarah to a nurse and say Mashallah raido Hola. Hola. hartham and when you have to read in the Salah, which

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you read is wrong. You get the tax return. You get everything wrong, you get the wrong leaves wrong, but the Ramadan law has been so hot. Forget about the hotter please.

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For the Arabs, it's fine if I haven't studied that weed. And now I can read probably I should use my Ramadan in order to perfect the sutras which I normally read in masala.

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That is my advice to myself. And my advice. At least after Ramadan when somebody says Buddha

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah I spent the whole Ramadan learning how to read the factor properly. I even got myself a teacher and I know how to read.

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At least if somebody says Bismillah I don't have to be shy.

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The good news is that every single Muslim would be able to be an Imam marieta Salah.

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And here we have Ramadan is the month of, of, of testing ourselves and improving ourselves so Allah Allah says, while at the back of an ami he sent a messenger rasulillah a messenger

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and as the messenger came to do what came to read?

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His Ayah

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so what did I say? I said, tilava is your clue means to make tilava

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How do we know that?

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That Tila was those words which a prophet dreamt from memory obviously, was from Allah subhanaw taala. How do how did this Ahava people who immediately believed him know that those were the words not metal alarmism? They knew the moment and it sounds and I'm saying it could this be Rebecca lady Holla Holla in Santa manana karakura bukan a crumb Allah Dr. llama bill column halaman in Santa Maria everything and arable herding knew that this was not Mohamed Salah logs.

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And so

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the wind was at the back if your husband one day comes home to you. And he says to you that you know, darling, I love you so much. And he and he says to you, let them not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments. Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds, or bends with the remover to remove notes and ever fix that mark that looks on 10% is never shaken.

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The wife will say to you, alright,

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you need something. Why?

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Because that is she knows the vocabulary of asthma. And she knows. She asked me what she knows it taught him that Shakespeare it's a solid, it's poetry that Shakespeare wrote. And you would know immediately, isn't it?

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Similarly, when the Navy saw a lot of love, when he really knew this is from somewhere else. Bahama doesn't speak like this, he doesn't use this kind of this is something this is something this is something new, this is something different. So panela we've never heard this before. Like I read now Shakespeare's Sonnet, you mean if you've never heard that before, it's beautiful that English is the most beautiful of the English language.

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And so in the database, or a lot of time, this doesn't happen when you reach the age of 40.

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And the age of 40, suddenly also is a Heidi

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which is different from the Quran also words which are never used otherwise. So there are a lot of them suddenly on one bright morning that we spoke to extra Arabic languages. Like you come along, and suddenly one day you start speaking like Shakespeare,

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and the next day you start speaking like Zuma, sorry

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for you read like him.

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Hopefully your wife was so

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like after, but what am I saying? I'm saying that this year was a non literate person.

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And that's where the animal amazing this suddenly this man, this ordinary Shepherd, that setting again, and so behind Allah, Allah gave him this wonderful Allah taught him himself. Allah was his teacher, by jabrill, Allah salatu salam.

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So Allah, Allah says, yet Lu Allah him

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making tilava of the signs of allows Ramadan.

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Now, when I read the first verse, the what is the first fight I gave of Allah they were forced to fight again, isn't it?

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The first one was al al Malik. Mashallah, sometimes I'm trying to I was looking at myself the other day and I was saying that I'm trying to treat my, my my Juma Jamal, the students but you're not students, sorry, if I do that, but I just feel I need to interact with you some summer. So, a lot to handle it says he described himself as Malik al Malik is in Al Malik.

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And what what is the main task of a king, the main task of a king is to let the subject know what his law is that the king has made this law The king has made this announcement and this is the law. So how does Allah

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How does Allah project his kingship?

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He says, I have sent to you a messenger Muhammad Salah.

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What is the first thing he will do? He will represent my kingship he will read for you my GitHub, my book of laws, he will tell you what I require from you.

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And then allow Solomon says, Why you Jackie him?

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And he will purify them in what was the second

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alpha do which means what? to purify.

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So through what does Allah Allah purify the world and purify the Muslims and purify, maintain?

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So the first thing is super the second verse is super imposed upon the first verse as the column of La ilaha illAllah. super imposed on the second part Mohammedan Rasulullah saw so

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I'm not going to use the word an extension of the other. I'm going to use the word of

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Don't ask me to explain it. I don't know what needs

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emanation I know what it is, but

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okay. Why exactly what do you what is the third one?

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Allah Z's Allah This means the one who demands respect and authority

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and allows rather, this is why you are only Muhammad Kitab.

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And He will teach you the book.

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He will teach you the source of my authority

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and my respect, and then allows 100 says, while hikmah

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and he Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam will teach you wisdom, and what is the falsified of Allah subhanaw taala

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Allah ke

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the most wise, so if you superimpose the one verse of the Quran on the other verse of the Quran, then the one verse of the Quran explains the next verse of the Quran and give us the role of Mohammed Salah Salaam in terms of his creator, Allahu Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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As I said, this is also to Juma which is the second 62nd third of the Quran. And it deals with three, the three parts in it. The second part deals with the bunnies, ILA and the third part deals was with jumari.

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Now, I look at you and I, and I get the impression that you hear what I say, isn't it? You? You've heard what I say, isn't you? You've all heard of wrestling. Somebody had no idea what I say. They never do not understand the Quran which I quote, these are from your Quran. They have these people yeah, I'm sure is it who says no?

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Who says I didn't quote you from the Quran

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I'll give you five seconds to think about it.

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anybody has any doubt that what I quoted to you from Chora?

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So on Wednesday night I quoted from the Quran

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I said,

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allow for harnesses

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that the man cave, Professor Selim came to the Sahabi and he was crying. And he said you are a surah Allah

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Prophet came from a journey with some when he said Prophet was Why are you crying? And he said I'm crying because I missed you.

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I missed you

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anybody continued to cry so the property for nine year and embrace the property Don't cry. Three minutes late. He was still crying I don't

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know why you can only say I'm thinking of Dr. Mayer Salama,

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I'm just a lowly slave. My deeds and actions which I did in the dunya will never get me to fill those maybe 786 world oh boy to the capable but certainly

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my deeds will not get through to gender through filters and you will be in general filled dose which means when I die I'll never see you again. Yasuo any burst out crying. So much lovely I for the navy seals.

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So the Navy Sallam said to make a lot of sujood I didn't know what to say to me the man cries and cries

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with Don't worry about me. You know you praise Allah glorify Allah, and make Serato online ask Allah you know, a long time and is capable of everything and he's still crying. He said but that makes you do and I know I'm not gonna beat you. I'm not I'm not going to be your brain in general. I want to be with you. So Allah revealed the verse

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that those who obey

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To Allah and His Messenger

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Mattila de nom de la mina Nabi he knows that the Kinoshita

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Allah revealed there the virtue say that those who are obedient to Allah and His messenger will be with an Ibiza on the deaf piano with ambia vasarely Hainan the good people

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and they will be the best company for you.

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What might you do?

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What would you do?

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To be in the in the company of Gambia

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my youth a love man

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to be obedient to his message.

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Well, my youtube illawarra Sula, aka depositphotos and Halima and those are obedient to Allah and His Messenger, they will have the highest reward

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the highest form of success, which is to be with an Abbe abubaker older and older the habit in the seven they have an every single day 24 seven

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but what must you do? You must be obedient to Allah dismissals?

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So, I said in my Wednesday night lecture is always said no to be that person controversial.

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I say that if it means that we do not follow the Sunnah Mohamed Salah, salah

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and you do not follow the instructions of allow for handle you will not be within a V and you will not be with a solitary.

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So a man came to me afterwards. And he said to me,

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I said you know, Neeraj is one of the defining moments in Islamic history.

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One of the greatest happenings

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in the history of this oma one of the greatest gifts that Allah is given to the prophet of this oma sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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etc, historic fact that neither Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam nor the Sahaba made a celebration of

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marriage. That's a fact of history.

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there is no evidence at all in any book from any way that the Mirage took place on the same as 27 nine of Raja

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there are about 12 opinions on this none is confirmed.

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Why not? Again, because it was not told to us by Mohammed Salah

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because he would have told us

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so a man came to me afterwards and he said

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you know, Chef, that

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you know you shouldn't

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maybe you should use another name and not say the word celebration maybe you should use another name.

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But you know, we we do we do this you know, we doing it you know all the time and so forth and so on.

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And you know, my friends argue with me at work and we have discussions about these things, you know, they say this and I say this,

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I see eye to eye the Quran which I do what I say what Allah Allah says, Allah says, and if you obedient to Allah and His messenger to me, fight is only bought he told me I'm not gonna, I'm not gonna stand in front of me on the def camera and say

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to you and you're done and your love for you and your profit. Nothing to do with me, you will have to answer yourself, everyone your friends at work in all the people you have discussions within arguments with all of you will have to answer to our long haul not to be

00:54:03 --> 00:54:15

seen what NASA says you go to your friends, the verse of the Quran, not say mimamsa don't go to them. Allah says, Be obedient to Allah and His messenger.

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And if Allah didn't command you to do something, he did not command you to do something. And if his messages to messenger did not do something, he did not do it no matter how much of mainstream Islam and secondary Islam and first class Islam and cultural Islam and traditional Islam you want to throw at me? If Mohammed did not say, and tell them it is no part of this deal.

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What do you want me to say to you?

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What What do you want? What more do they want to say to them?

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When you say to them,

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these idols, you mustn't worship these idols.

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These idols bring us

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closer to Allah. They are Allah daughters' La La La quwata illa, Allah.

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For me, it's the same.

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Same I say to you, every day, every week, every time I speak, I say be obedient to Allah and His messenger. And every time I get the retort back, but you know, the people say something different, or somebody else says something different. But isn't the Kalam of Allah the highest Kalam?

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Isn't that the defining words that we should all align our lives towards otherwise mean janam and weak afraid of john?

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And you know what? To say this again today. And I'm not overtime. On a Say it again, I think we have a problem with our era.

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I think we have a problem in believing that we will have to stand in front of Allah, Muhammad,

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Allah and you will have to answer for what we did in the dunya in accordance with the Quran.

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Even Mohammed wasallam will be subjected to the quarter.

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Everybody will be aligned to the laws of the euro.

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And I think we have a major problem. Our problem is that we don't really believe there's going to be an era

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we don't really believe that we only answerable to Allah.

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We think my grandfather's going to send me and say, like, you know, when I lifted dunya you know, you didn't do this and you didn't do that. And you know, I did?

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What What is

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your poor grandfather himself is going to be in trouble, he will have to answer for his own sins. And so your share had left 500 years ago, he will also have to answer the sins and so the man is buried and called the wily he also is asked to stand in front of Allah He will also be judged in terms of the Torah

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over not getting my message across

00:57:14 --> 00:57:21

and I say to myself manager you know, I'm tired mama should not stop now should retire, not speaking.

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And I think I've never know who spoke to these people for 950 years. And I feel ashamed

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and I think of all you know, and I cry when I think you know, we say so many things that we do so many things. Yeah, but you know, I do this and I do that because I

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and I say to myself,

00:57:43 --> 00:57:53

to people who love them so much as the haobo gave their lives to for Islam. How many of us will give a life for this Deen they gave their lives for this Deen.

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There's nobody more greater in the eyes of Allah than Gambia and then the taba

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because I love the NBA and the most and then he loves to harbor the most and of the top I love the boat was Abu Bakr, Omar and so forth and so on.

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So Shouldn't we mold our lives according to what they did? If Allah loves them children we say, but it's honor do this did Mohammed Allah command is number one. Number two did Mohammed command as Devi do this, then we should ask ourselves to I love Hamburg more than abubaker and Rama

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then I should ask myself, but if they didn't do it what I mustn't do it. I'm just gonna punishment. I was gonna say you all you can plead on the deaf cam and say, y'all love it was a good thing I did. Allah will tell you excuse me. So you decided for yourself what was good?

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You became a god unto yourself, you became an end unto yourself.

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I think 124,000 ambia but you decided you also one of them. You're going to make your own law. What do you think I was gonna say to you this year.

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So we are approaching the month of the quarter of

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the month of the words of our last panel. I asked my device Yeah, Allah give me my community, my family, my children on the shiratama stuff. And what is that? The Quran and the Sunnah Mahatma so if anybody comes to you with anything you say, we is it in the

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way doesn't say this. Don't let him brush it off. People say, oh man, as my next man as my next one.

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And this would be the message of the Quran. This is the message of Ramadan. If you want to get close to Allah, Allah Allah, we have to follow Muhammad Salallahu Salam O Allah, Allah Allah wa Salaam Alaikum wa

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