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115 – Amazing historical prediction in the Quraan

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Faaik Gamieldien

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115 Amazing historical prediction in the Quraan June 19, 2015

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is establishing this interface to

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read.

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What is read mean? Read means that every single human being asked to acquire knowledge

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and you can only acquire knowledge by reading.

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There's no other way to acquire knowledge you have to read.

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And number two, the Quran that refers to the pen, Allah, Allah, Allah in Santa mallamma Allah.

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Then Allah Swan talks about

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dissemination transmission knowledge has two parts. It is acquisition, the reading part and the Alamin insana, malamala. The teaching part

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and the teaching part is done by by what method

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by the pin.

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The acquisition is done by reading and teaching by the pin so Allah Swami establishes right at the beginning in the desert on a mountain in the middle of nowhere you've been to my cave seen out deserted it is outside the outside Makkah in Makati 3 million people. You go one kilometer away you see nobody.

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Imagine what it was in the time with nav Alisha to salon there was nothing there was zero.

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So hon Allah Allah reveals these verses to the rep he saw someone coming back to the universality of knowledge in Islam. What was the first in the Navy Salam did when he came to Medina, what was the first thing that is when at the Battle of way the Battle of bother was finished? What did he do? What did he say?

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He said that

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the pagans

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who had fought the Muslims at mother could get their freedom when they did what

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when they taught the Muslims how to read and write.

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What is the Navy establish they established that a Muslim knowledge

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you can get knowledge from everywhere.

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That doesn't

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allow more lateral movement. Knowledge is the last property of a Muslim wherever he finds it, he may take it

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knowledge is the last property of Muslims wherever they find it, they may take it. So let me establish the principle that Muslims can learn in the other sciences of the world from anybody whether it's a pagan with the Christian with the Jew doesn't matter.

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Because you're not allowed to learn Deen from other other than Muslim although we have gone beyond that. So then evisa Salah med then establish the universality of,

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of of education and knowledge.

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Last week I mentioned that

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any translation of the Quran

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into another language is imperfect can never be perfect.

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And any translation of the Quran is neither the Koran

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or translation of the Quran

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repeat any translation of the Quran is not the Quran can never be the Fuhrer. No, is it the translation of the Quran? It is what is it interpretation of the Quran by some person.

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In French, in English, in German, in Afrikaans, in English, whatever language that is that man, this is why that's the way he sees it.

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And therefore

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it is important either to have a teacher to teach you the Quran, from its original source in Arabic.

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And if you do read the translation of the Quran, you must read only for yourself. You can't establish something like I mentioned, like the Iranian people who say they only accept the Quran establish their own religion

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by only reading the Quran and saying that we don't need anything else. And the Quran the US is a translation of the Quran.

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Well, let me come to the crux of today's football.

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What is it that puzzled me?

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And what is it

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that only now Los Angeles

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showed me

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so Pamela,

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showed me that this is my own mind that I've applied to it

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is that

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if you read the Quran,

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we open up our new reader for the first 80 verses of surah

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Baccarat deals with what

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these would

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have given the football before.

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These were the bunnies, right? So

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I want you to listen carefully to this

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very important one.

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And where was those verses revealed? Don't sleep in the Juma please, if you sleep I'm gonna wake you up.

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If you look away from me, I'm gonna say what why you look away.

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This these verses were revealed way in which city?

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in Medina. This was how many years after the batha profited, maybe 13 years, proximate.

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If we look at the revelation in Makkah,

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what is the Quran deal with essentially, when it deals with other faiths? What what phases it talks about?

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It talks about alakija

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Quran talks about Nikita Nikita, using the Christians

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and this is what puzzled me.

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And I'll tell you why it puzzled me

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those of you who've been for Hajj know what I'm talking about. You can picture this scenario.

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A man comes

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his name is Mohammed Salah lawless.

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He comes to a city spacely inhabited by who by pagans.

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We read

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that there was only one Christian in Makkah at the time.

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Who was he?

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What is his name?

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Baraka Baraka Ebony, no foul

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and they say he was a

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an occasion to set up natalija de la jolla, one single Christian in Alabama.

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We read the history of NACA at the time of the revelation in the Quran, not a single Jew was to be found in NACA.

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Okay, so who was who was in Makkah, the pagans.

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What will the revelation speak about both in Mecca and Medina? It talks incessantly and continuously about the biblical prophets. What make all the biblical prophets at the time talks about Moosa is the

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use of these are all the prophets that are lost rather than mentioned in?

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In the previous books. Of course, Mohammed says something know that not only the pagans know that.

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And alongside the handler refer to the video affectionately, as as Rokita. People have the book, meaning that allows the handler confirms that those two religions had received books

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before Mohamed Salah lahardee

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and allows you to handle it gives the Jews and the Christians that are in

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a peculiar status between the pagans and the Muslims.

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They're not pagans, and they're not Muslims.

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And we know Allah, Allah says, you can marry the women.

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You can eat the food, if it's not broken, you can drink if it's not wine.

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So a lot of the laws which

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a lot of the things which was prohibited for us from other non Muslims, we were allowed for us from the from Africa.

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And even when a lot of hunger talks about the Jews, and remember, there's only one Christian in Makkah.

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This revelation came to Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he had no idea what happened previously in Israel, no idea, no idea about Moosa neysa, Harun and us so we had no idea about these people. He was sitting on top of a mountain, he had no idea about allows for Allah tala. He received his revelation we all these stories are told to him. And he looks back and he doesn't say in Jews, and he says one Christian, that Christian has now died, his pastor who is still alive, but that is all.

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So I'm wondering to myself, this is amazing and the reasons that Allah talks about two religions

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and doesn't talk about the pagans in Makkah.

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Allows I'm going to tell us the most sort of non abelian applicable hikmah Well, no till Hasina was the Illuminati

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Allah says, Allah Mohammed says Allah when you speak to the Jews and the Christians a context This is about the Jews and the Christians, when you call them to Islam call into Islam

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bill hikmah with wisdom one more and that it has an ATO kind words to them.

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What are the Illuminati? Yeah. And when you argue them argue them in a nice fashion.

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So allows, establishes between the NaVi and Islam and the Jews and the Christians we are non existent at the time in Makkah and Medina, in Mecca, establishes all these things, how to deal with the Christians and the Jews, who was an ISA, what went wrong with the Jews were the Christians they called him the Son of God. Allah talks about Moosa Allah talks about the Jews, Allah talks about the clergy whom they elevated to God, whatever that whatever the Jewish clergy said, they would say the clergy said it's hollow they would say it's halali the clergy says is not Allah is not allowed, and so forth and so on.

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Only before the Battle of Kabuki

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This allows Muhammad Allah command the prophet to fight and to kill the bunnies right in if they did not accept Islam.

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This was after MK after Medina. This was after

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allowed the visa solemate subdued the Jews of Medina

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took him six years and he subdued them.

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If we look at

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the reason one of the reasons why Mohammed Salah Salem is the final baysinger Why did Allah the question that we must ask ourselves why did Allah subhanaw taala

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same Mohammed Salah as the final messenger when there's still another one that was 1500 years ago? Why did Allah leave us now without the messenger? Even the dunya sends another million years and no no other messenger will come? Don't men always need messages? don't always need

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guidance from Allah subhanaw taala Why do you Allah and Muhammad Allah, Allah because Mohammed Salah la hora Salaam completed the two divine objectives for Prophethood.

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Complete Aloma. aquabounty lacantina. What is that? What does Allah mean when he says, today I perfected your Dinallo? Gentlemen, any more prophets, this is perfection. What was the perfection?

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The perfection was that allows for how Allah established completely and absolutely his oneness history read,

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that there shall be none worthy of worship except allopathic.

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And secondly,

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allows for housing establishes,

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through the mission of the Lebanese asylum, the oneness of humanity.

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That mankind is one.

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Not like the Jews, they say, well, they are the chosen people of God.

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And so they become insular.

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The Christians and universalize their faith, Christianity became a universal faith.

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But Christianity lost its tawheed

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Why? Because Christianity opened its doors

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to every culture, and allowed every culture to impact upon Christian beliefs.

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And so they're all above Islam. Their mission was to retain

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the pristine purity of Islam.

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And this has always been the mission of the scholars of Islam and the Sahaba is to maintain and retain that which allows for hunger given to Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam

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and so we've succeeded up to today 100 Ah.

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Now, as I said, all these verses are last revealed about the Jews and Christians

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are working with them why why why is all this Quran about so much of the Quran is about Jews and Christians

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to have a didn't ask for Sahaba RM Salaam

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knew

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and believed

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Completing absolutely

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in the divine is of the order

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and that the Quran came from who from he was a Shaheed of everything, He who is a witness to everything which is allows.

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So the orientalist the non Muslims when they look at the Quran

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they say to the Muslims, this book of yours

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and come to you the Muslims

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Mohamed Salah Salaam speaks a lot about us in this book.

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And they say that

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it means that Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam didn't just have a fleeting

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what's the word contact with Christianity Judaism, the orientalist at initially that he must have known the Bible, how come he knew the stories? And how come the parallel in the Bible and the tale mood. And these prices are about the same. And they said he must have known the Bible and the Torah. And he must have known the ancient Jewish letters and poetry for him to be able to have done what he did.

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Interestingly, if the Navy says I'd known all these things,

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he was very good at hiding it from everybody else around him. Because nobody else says that Mohammed Salah might read the Talmud or some Jewish rabbi had taught a Muslim Christian at comments over that song. So if he had done that it would have been, it would have been a great What's his name?

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He would be the greatest man on earth would ever kept a very big secret.

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But then the orientalist, the scientists and the researchers in the West

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this didn't stick because Hamas Salam was non legit. And after all, the letters and poetry of the ancient Jews and Christians would only be available to experts. And only today they discovered

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nevermind Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salatu salam.

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So for 200 years, they try to find an answer to how the Navy is a solemn member, they wouldn't didn't believe that Allah gave the revelation of Hamas or Salah, so they wanted to find a source for how the Navy Salalah Salam had

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put his hand on all this knowledge, biblical knowledge, as they may call it.

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They also discovered that there was nobody else in Morocco would have told the stories of Esau Salah after all, they were only 17 people who could read and write

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16 people who could read and write, there were no books. People memorize everything.

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And they discovered that there was a very, very little presence of Christians and Jews in the Horn of Arabia. The only Jews that we read about that was in Arabia at the time with enemies fellow Los Alamos in Medina.

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The last Christian nofal What have I been known for? He died. So the number of Christians also in Makkah.

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So the orientalist after 200 years of searching and searching, trying to find the source of masala knowledge, in terms of Christianity, Judaism, they had to look outside of Arabia. They decided, well, I can't find it in Arabia. So we must we must find an outside of Arabia.

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And when they did that, when they said we have to find it outside of Arabia.

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They proved that the Arabs of the Hejaz of the Arabian Peninsula was ignorant completely of Jewish and Christian scriptures. They were a Christian and Jewish scriptures. In other words, they confirmed that God Mohammed Salim came with and the revelations that he proclaimed about the Jews and the Christians must have come from a loss

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because only allow them to ease as I said initially in the beginning, Shaheed meaning he is allowed to other witnesses easily, not easily as it unfolds but history as from beginning to end. Allah knows everything so Allah subhanaw taala some master plan. So now

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Now comes the question.

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Quran talks a lot about the Jews and the Christians in a place where they were no Jews and Christians.

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in Makkah,

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it is universally accepted by everybody

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Jews and Christians and Muslims

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that the principal objective

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of the mission of the Navy salatu salam was to read the Arabian Peninsula of idolatry, greed.

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The mission of the Navy Salaam was to read the Arabian Peninsula of idol worship.

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But we find in the Koran

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very few verses

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that referred to pagan custom and pagan practice.

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In fact,

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the Quran only speaks what mentioned once the gods the idols around the Kaaba

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instead of the najem 53rd surah verse 19, Allah says, our authority a tabula rasa woman at a 32nd O'Hara once Allah mentions it allows father says, Do you not see Latin Man X and the third female God called Oscar?

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Buzz that's it.

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So one would have expected that the main

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Mohamed Salah, Lara's alum, who was in a life and death struggle

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with an enemy

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namely the idol worshippers maka,

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who direct all his resources

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not against an immediate danger, but against something that wasn't there at all. The Jews and the Christians.

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Were also thinking that our laws were Haleakala

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who deal at greater length with the pagans of Makkah. This was the belief this what they did is they walked around the cabin, naked, all these instances, told us in a heartbeat not to be found in Accra,

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yet allows for talks in the forum extensively about

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the Jews calling Ebenezer the Son of God.

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The travails of Moosa and the surrounding around all these things.

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But the very mission of the Navy Salah

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is conversion, and eradication of the pagans

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from idolatry

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is seldom mentioned in the Quran.

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Why?

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Why would allow them to focus on things which seems to have no relevance

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at the time.

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And if we look at the political or the political scientists who call the geopolitical situation that pertained in Arabia at the time of the Navy Salalah and it's a lump, we find that the Persians, the Persian Empire,

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had the strongest political influence in Arabia, because they can tell like today, they can tell the Gulf right down how Iraq was this Northern part right up to they controlled the land right up to China, right up to into Russia, what is modern day Russia.

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So the Persian Empire, their political influence was the greatest in Arabia at the time of the Navy solo lorrison.

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In fact, Baca at the time was an Ibiza Ross alum. There was no economic relations with Rome was a Christian Empire.

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With the Christian and Jewish Empire

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the cry that McCarrick was mostly where the East with India

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and then, of course in ancient China,

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but Allah mentions nothing about Hinduism in the

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nothing about Buddhism.

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And yet those were idol worshipers

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up to today.

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By the allows rather than mentions all the faults of the Christians and the Jews at death they did that

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they worshipped rosae. They called him the Son of God.

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The trouble that moves ahead with them.

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So why is it that

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the Hindus and the Buddhists who came to trade in Makkah, will also notice they're not mentioned,

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still want your attention because

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the crux is still coming.

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Very important to for you as Muslims to understand your book

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and to understand our laws

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and to understand

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the miracle of the footpath.

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This is very important that our hearts have become attached with

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not only because we read it in the Arabic language, but because we understand it. And we know the miraculous nature of the horror. And we know and must be convinced at all times.

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That this is the divide book from allows

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and is the salvation of mankind.

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Let me carry on.

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So now we have maca.

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In the middle of the desert, we have been trading to the east

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for a day Pakistan, India, China, part of the world. We have closure in the north, that dominates the Arabian Peninsula with it might empower.

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And we have Islam the Quran preaching against the Jews and the Christians which is on the western side of Arabia.

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I seem to have no interest in the Arabian Peninsula with an IV Salam was.

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So what was unless planning widen Allah do that, why am I seeing so many verses about them?

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Because

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if the Koran

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had to speak mainly about the idolatrous East thoren dispute on Buddhism, and Hinduism,

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and fire worshipping presence,

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the relevance of the Quran

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could have been reduced tremendously.

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Why?

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Because history now tells us and easily demonstrates to us

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that it is the Christian waste.

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That would pose the greatest opposition to the core of Islam.

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I repeat

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a lot of other new

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that the danger to the Muslim world will not come from the east.

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Greatest if I may say enemy that Islam would confront would be the West.

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And if we look at our history, you know, it was like touch and go, we would have defeated Europe so many times over and over again.

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And

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we knew in Spain, it was just we just had to cross the border into France. And we just had to muster our forces. And all of Europe today would have been Muslim, and England and America and everywhere else.

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And you're have rose from

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near total defeat, to challenge the Muslim world up to this moment in time.

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And of course, Rome, religiously was the center of Europe.

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And maybe today still the same.

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So the emphasis of the Koran on Christianity and Judaism

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fits in with the unfolding of history as it's going on today.

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That Muslims have to be taught from day one.

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that these are the preparation he was made not to face Hinduism and Buddhism no to face the waist, the Christian waist on the left hand side

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and it's why detailed analysis was given by a loss of 100 to a minute

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With no contact with them, except in Medina for six years when they were subdued, and with Christianity only had one contact with

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water, no foul. And of course, the delegation came from the Christians of Nigeria man who came to Austin to be solo salam, Salam about Nagisa. alayhi salatu salam.

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If Muslims had conquered Europe,

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the world would have been a different world.

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If Muslims had conquered Europe,

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I they say

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the whole of Europe would have been Muslim.

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And we would have maybe

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introduced into Islam.

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A lot of the practices

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of Western Christianity.

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There were some good influences.

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And the emphasis may be on the rights of women

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on so called accountability,

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but the world would have been a different place for Muslims.

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So Allah subhanaw taala, from the first revelation, release, Rebecca

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makes it clear to the Muslims that this is

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the Nemesis

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that you're going to face up to the day of karma.

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And you have to be prepared, be prepared for this Nemesis as you interface is not going to come from the east.

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It's going to come from the west.

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So reading the Quran With that in mind, we can see how allows the how that unfolds history

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when initially doesn't make any sense.

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Like I said two weeks ago, the battle between the hours and the hazards a great battle that took place there. At the time when the Navy Salam was pushed out of life. There was no connection between the two events.

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But unfolding history tells us there was a great connection between the two events.

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And who is Shaheed to that connection, who is a witness to that connection only allows.

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So this only allows mahalo tala who could tell us about those connections.

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And it is for us to read the Quran with such contemplation alone, as I said, 23 times in the Quran, Allah Subhana Allah mentions of Allah Taku so I found out after our last one that says, Yes, I understand my dear brothers and sisters, I understand the bark of the

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I understand that you want to read the Quran in the month of Ramadan, with fervor, with commitment with love. Because the nervous system said, I do not say I say that you will be rewarded for every heart that you read of the Quran. And because every heart that you read of the Quran is a

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is a good deed. And allows Wilder tells us in the Quran for every good deed you get 10 reward for a good deed. So as NaVi Salam says, I am not saying that Olive lamb is one half I'm saying me for hydrophone

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wala mo hydrophone ami Maha so if you say at least la meme you get how many reward

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times 10 you get 50 reward and in Ramadan how much

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how much

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50 times 700

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How much is it?

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I know you excited you can multiply by 30 lakhs

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30 times 700

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times three

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no 30 times Yeah, I also caught I'm also excited now. What do you like polu molars. Wagner says when the Muslims yeah by the Quran they

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light up you know they get excited.

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When you hear that you get excited. So we get excited about the rewarded allows was given to us. Imagine we have some insight into our live la meme. Imagine how excited you will swallow that he Calcutta

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bollore Buffy that he Calcutta, you know if you read that word danika it should get you excited because you say, what is

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that book? Allah says, olive love that book Danica. Danica means that in Arabic ask any Arabic scholar. Nobody will disagree with me.

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If you do we'll just chop it off.

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No. Anybody knows Arabic will tell you that. I'm absolutely correct when I say that the word Vatican means that book that you can keep up with that book.

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But when I last longer refer to the Quran in the Quran. Allah doesn't say that Quran Allah says

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in Surah de la te l when ever Allah refers to the Quran, in the Quran, Allah says this for us. But he Allah talks about that book.

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So then first word to keep you busy for 30 years.

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I just want to focus on

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the very first word and that will get you excited that the Calcutta bollore Buffy who the Lima Turkey

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and Allah gives the purpose of this that book of that book.

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At your alma yo yo come from different Vegeta help. I see. So go to your modem and ask you why does Allah refer to the Quran is dead book? Shouldn't Allah say this book, after Allah says Allah for other for another Kitab this book doesn't say Allah is dead book.

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So the Christian missionary will come to your door in Logan and say,

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Mr. chameleon, the first verse in your book says that Okinawa book that is the Bible

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they say oh, God talks about that book. He doesn't say this book he says that book immediately refers to the Bible.

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So what are you gonna say to him? Just wait a minute.

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He has that say that book? She doesn't say this book says that book. So what are you gonna say to?

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You have an answer for him.

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But allows us to have intelligent answer for you.

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Because our loss of $100

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didn't send the book. What did he say? He sent the revelation over 23 years old and seen a book printed by Judas or whatever his mama days the book you know the presentation all America salon say he has a presentation you know today we're going to give you an hour these with books when people write books. And then it came over to me three years.

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If the Quran to say this book, that's a habit of said which we'll get to soon Allah.

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Allah says this book, where's the book, they would have asked where's the book,

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isn't it?

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But Allah said that book, in other words, allows founder knew

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that despite the fact that the revelation came in words, by gibreel to Mohamed Salah la Salaam, that eventually one day after his death Salalah on his forehead would be made into a book.

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But a loss of a handler says

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and not valid.

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Allah doesn't say that Quran Allah says this Quran, why? Because the word called armies What does it mean? That which is recited, that which is recited, so, what was recited at the time of Mohammed salah

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and therefore, last wildness is this book which is being recited from memory, this, this Koran which is now being recited from memory, but the book, the compilation of the book,

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The bringing together of it into a book form would happen, that Calcutta arriba limited. So the Koran then is a book of unfolding history, sanitarium. atina, Allah says suddenly, Athena

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Wolfie unfussy him had tighter the general

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I want to say something to my brothers the poorer noon

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Are you Yeah, you escaped with a beard, I'm sure. Because I know you hear

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the Quran you know those people who say oh, we just believe it. We just read the Quran. The Quran needs nothing else other than the Hadith. That's particularly what they say. We reject all Hadith because Allah Quran is enough.

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And scholarship we don't need scholarship Why do we need all Omar to learn solo second was solo tuxedo all those no which is an Ethan English translation of the Quran and we decide that this is what we want. And we just read this in in the story. Allah says, You know, I perfected this prod and

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Everything needs to be found in the Quran. And that's it.

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And I was thinking about the statement again last night apart from what I've already said.

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Those who read the English translations

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difficult learn the English language first.

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If they say everything is in the Quran

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meaning that you don't need to hurry

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Do you need the English language to read the English version of the Quran?

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How you understand the history of the Quran? If you only read the Quran, and you don't read the history of the Navy

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and the history of the Arabian Peninsula at the time? How is it possible to understand the Quran without going to other sources? If you do reject the Hadith, what about history? What about the Arabic language itself? How can you understand the Quran? If you don't go out of the Quran to go and learn Arabic?

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So how is it possible for somebody to say that everything is in the Quran? So we just read the Quran?

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In fact, it makes no sense at all.

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How do we have understood why Allah had emphasized so much on the history of the Judeo Christian legacy that is to be found in the Quran? If we didn't understand the history of MCI at the time.

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And if we didn't understand the unfolding

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of the history of the world, as we have it today, so allow 200 says, submarine is a natural alpha we will show you the last panel in the farthest reaches of the earth.

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And we will show you within yourselves. You will discover what will you discover, you won't discover

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flesh and blood inside your body.

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Normally just with discover, as a traveler that makes voyages of discovery or sightseeing, no. You will see allows for having the law says the truth of allows

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you will see the heart of the earth

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you will see the divine beauty of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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and allows for Allah says that AI allows for handled Allah is Shaheed avoided, and that is why

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the Quran challenges and the Quran is a challenge.

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I mean, I somebody sent me a clip.

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And I wish I could send the clip to everybody.

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It's a short clip of a lady

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who says in the clip, old lady, she must be quite old. I think she must be in the 80s late 70s.

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And she admits in the clip that she is a Jewish agnostic.

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What is a Jewish agnostic a Jewish agnostic is that she's a Jewish person by religion, but she doesn't believe in Judaism. She believes that he's a god full stop.

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atheists are those who say there's no God. agnostic is someone who says I believe in God is of great power, I believe is a great power called God. We call those people agnostic. So this woman says I believe in God, but i'm not i'm jewish, but I don't believe in today's

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and what is the topic she speaks about? He speaks about the Quran.

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Now, you know you may dismiss you know when you look at this, you say this old woman, she says is Jewish agnostic. What is she gonna say about the Torah?

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But you know, Allah Subhana Allah is not unfair, not unjust.

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Allah gave all the profits to the east.

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All the profits that we know of,

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I don't know whether the rate Indians got any profits

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or loss in 224,000 of them so they must have gone all over.

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But Allah gave all the revelation to the east, concentrated in one particular area, Middle East, as we know, in the Judeo Christian Islamic

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legacy.

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And through

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revelation, we know Allah.

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We know how to how to the Quran, or the Bible,

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or the Torah if we choose

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And a lot longer gave the West science

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Allah gave them

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insight.

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Allah gave them the tools to understand how the universe functions.

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And through that allows rather a once into reach allows Ramadan which allows revelation they will reach Allah through knowledge.

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So this woman speaks about the Quran, swallow

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and she said she had when she said I studied all religion so I, I, I think she's probably at university so when she said, I put aside three weeks of my life to to look at the Quran, say three weeks I wanted to read the Quran in translation. So I thought why did we take for granted she took four operands

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and she put the four next to each other and she said to the audience, strange audience because every time she makes a point, which I feel is a point for Islam, the audience laughs very big audience that's on Ted, you know, TT edited.

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Google it. A lot of nice clips on tape, not maybe about Islam, but lots of other stuff that you can learn from. And she says, you know, she looked at this Koran.

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And she was reading it at first it didn't make sense to her because it was like muddled you know, you couldn't make sense of a non Muslim read the Quran conmix even a Muslim irisa translations are gonna get tired after the war. You get tired of eating

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yada yada.

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You see, oh, this is very repetitive you know unless you come to some nice total news show for

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and as I said, because the Parana

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the beginning was put at the end and the end was put at the beginning. Baccarat was revealed in Makkah ignite back in Medina. It was put at the beginning.

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NASA and Falcon kouvola was revealed were in Makkah, so Marcos was right at the end and Medina was right in the beginning. And the reason for that is because the Quran has no internal beginning.

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Quran doesn't have a beginning Quran has something and that's where the Quran is buried.

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That's how I read the Quran.

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I would look at the surah and read surah because I'm interested in what the surah says.

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And that is how the Quran was revealed.

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The Quran was revealed because it had an interest for humanity at the time it was revealed.

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Allah Swaziland revealed the Quran dakara to know, Allah revealed the Quran as the interest of humanity needed the Quran.

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And so maybe we should approach the Quran in the same way.

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Maybe I have something about the Quran that I want to understand.

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So I go to the Quran and I go through it, maybe I can read a synopsis of the different sources and I say, this would interest me and at this time, I'm in finance.

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From talks in a lot of places, but finally maybe I should look at the verses of arise maybe verse 282 of the Quran, which is the longest verse of the Quran, which deals with financial matters.

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Maybe that should interest me.

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Or I'm a man who deals with, with legacy with people's inheritance and they whatever it is. So maybe those are the verses I should go to.

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Or I'm an I'm a science student.

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So I want to know, the last verses of surah Yaseen well Swan talks about the green the green trees that burns when you light it.

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What does it mean? Allah says green

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can't get to the west now.

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In many other verses of the Quran, he deals with science. The expanding universe is in the Quran, read about the expanding universe, and read about the expanding universe as a science student, but also read Stephen Hawking's book on

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what's the name of the book I said last week,

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a short history of time. This will

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surely save time. read a short history of time and read one verse of the Quran. Well last one talks about the expanding universe

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and maybe allow father will inspire you

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to when you do your research in the laboratory,

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to also use the divine laboratory

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because that is what the Quran must do to students.

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It must inspire them to go to the Quran as well.

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So May Allah Subhanallah grounders, inshallah Ramadan that only

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inspire us with the

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era Milan where we will

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apply our minds to the Quran in the field that you

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have to go further than that. I mean is this woman's rights for example,

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you know the world speaks about her feminine is a feminism.

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It's a big thing at universities, big thing in the world today, equal rights for women.

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But from a religious point of view, do you know that the Quran is the only book that mentions women and men separately?

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Women fast law talks about women who give charity men who give charity is always in the corner.

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If somebody could, if you could, if you have a view into feminist studies, or interested in feminism, or interested in equal rights, look at the other scriptures of the other religions, especially the Bible and compare it to our last one speaks about women in color.

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And you will see why Islam is a religion that most western women today go for.

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Why is it that in the last 10 years 100,000 white British women accepted Islam?

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It may seem few but 100,000 women who give birth to three children with 300,000 and they will be more and so

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why? they've studied feminism, they've looked at the societies. They've looked at the grace of the women in their societies. They've looked at the freedom that women have in the West, in Britain and in America, and yet they would come to Islam. Why would they do that? Why would they suddenly cover themselves

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and talk about the Quran like this Jewish woman

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Subhanallah

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so May Allah grant us in the month of Ramadan This is the ramadan ramadan levy

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on Zilla field Cora

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allows us to have doesn't mention fasting

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and the Quran together in one verse.

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When allows one I mentioned fasting

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in Ramadan, Allah says yo yo la Vina Manu Kuta Bali como se mocha mocha de vida de de la la quinta. Allah says, Oh you people who believe fasting has been prescribed for you as prescribed for those before you so that you may develop.

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But Allah mentions Ramadan and the Quran in the same breath, as you may say, Shahada, Ramadan.

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Allah, Allah feel

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houda linas urbinati mellado Africa.

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So the foundational, the reason why Allah brings Ramadan is to bring the Quran to us.

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And what do we do with the Pilates or Milan?

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We survey the mosques in our area.

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And we say, who does it in 30 minutes? Who does it in 40 minutes? Who does it in 15 minutes, soccer race, you know, I saw this clip also, like this race is going on. Normally,

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Darlene, and

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the other one was, live live in

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Alabama.

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This is sad. It's sad. But this is this is what we do with this great book, this great guidance which our last one has given to us that we do with Panama.

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So remember, this is a month of the Quran.

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Not only mentioned in the Quran, but also a man the man in which I let him down to Allah.

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Now please don't go home now and open the Quranic page one and say now I'm going to start reading the Quran

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read from the back, first aid kulula don't make yourself tired. Because if you read too much in one day, then you can skip three days and four days and you go back to the cloud in five days. Because Because long, you know and all that idle kitahara kita via yada yada Kitab you know,

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so read the Quran, the way it was revealed to Muhammad Salah maybe it'll be easier for us to be able to understand a lot Allah Allah Rahmani Kumara de la vaca to you