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Salam Alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh thank you for joining us and the sciences of the Quranic class. Today inshallah we will discuss a very important issue, which is the recitation of the Quran.

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When we talked about the security Fatiha, we mentioned

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that there are two methods of saying Maliki only did, one of them is Maliki and the other one is Maliki.

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So, what is this, how this happened or which one is correct?

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One of the miracles of the Quran is that we have something called carrot, carrot,

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carrot.

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It is from the time of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He himself the prophet SAW Selim, he recited the Quran with many ways. How many karate Do we have nowadays?

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The mutawatir karate

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that we have nowadays, and we took the definition of mortality. The multiplay narrated Korat that we have nowadays they are 1010 karats.

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These are the craft metadata that it is acceptable to read the Quran according to them. And it reached to us for multiple chains of narrators. It is 10 grant.

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Some of you may hear that it is seven and it was famous as seven karats. Earlier, until one of the Imams he tracked more narrations until he he was sure that it is 10 karate, not seven. And some of you may hear seven or seven different

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styles. This is something else other than the karate. So what are the pros and what are the kratt that's what we will try to discuss inshallah. today.

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During the time of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He used to recite the Quran with many methods, but it was not known that this is a different method than the other method.

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As Allah says for cloud, Mateus, Solomon, whatever was ready it was recited. The prophet SAW Selim recited the Quran with many ways. So the Quran, it did not happen later on. It is from the prophet SAW Selim, because it is from the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala revealed the Quran this way. And the Prophet sighs the lamb recited the Quran this way. And it was communicated through the companions to us this way. So it is not something some scholars came later on and they said, this is something new. So this is Carano. It happened from the time of the messenger sallallahu wasallam.

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What's the evidence inside Buhari?

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Omar Abdullah Juan, once he prayed behind his Sham, even Hakeem even his son

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will be alone.

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And he shall have been Hakeem was the Imam he recited with surah Furqan

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Omar Padilla when he already memorized Serato for con.

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He listened to the recitation and he noticed that there is a difference.

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It is different than

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what he learned what he is hearing is different than Latinos. Omar said I intended to terminate the prayer to jump

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to jump over his neck to ask what he's doing. But I kept,

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kept myself until the prayer was over. Then I took him and I asked him who taught you the Quran this way? And he said the messengers are alive. So Omar, Abdullah told him you are telling a lie, you lie You're lying. Prophet SAW Selim taught me this sooner, and he taught me in a different way. So he grabbed him, and he took him to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he told the prophet SAW Selim. This claims that you taught him selected for con in a different way that you taught me. The prophet SAW, Selim saw this, this scene and they told our senior Jamar living because he was holding him from his neck from the color. So the man was released. So the prophet SAW Selim told his

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Sham recite, and he shall recited the same way Omar hate him. So the prophet SAW Selim told him this way, that's the way it was revealed. Then he told Omar read armor, and the armor also recited the Quran. The way he knew he knew it, and it was different. So the prophet SAW Selim told him also this way it was revealed. Now we have two different recitations yet, the prophet SAW Selim mentioned for what

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them that this way it was revealed. So this tells you that the camera at it was available from the time of the messenger sallallahu wasallam. It was from the time of the prophet SAW Selim. So there is nothing new. What was new is the names of each camera, because at the time of the prophets, I said like Omar Abdullah Juan, he did not tell him that's different color. But there were different styles or different health. This is another issue. What are the

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jabril Elisa Lam came to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he told him Allah commands you to recite the Quran. According to one half to one style. Profits I sell him told him in Mattila tacos, Alec, my alma cannot afford this. You have to give me more. So jabril Ali Salam came again and he said, Allah commands you to recite the Quran according to two styles. And the prophet SAW Selim kept increasing until it was seven styles or methods. What are these methods? Exactly? This is what is called a hell of a Saba.

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What are these methods? This is one of the

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puzzles for some scholars, because nowadays, you read their opinions, you find 40 opinions. Imam scioto Rahim Allah in his book, he quoted 40 opinions for the scholars, this tells you that they are not really sure what are they, but all of them agreed that the objective the purpose for this is to make the Quran easier for the people to recite all of them agree that this is the purpose to make the Quran easier to be recited. Now, we are sure that some of these are off, some of these

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are not there anymore.

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Why? Because at the time of earthman for the law, when he compiled the Quran, and we took that remember when another man of the land compiled the Quran, he commanded zaytoven Sabbath of the law and the committee he commanded them wherever they have disagreement, they have to call it according to the language of English. That means there are some dialects some

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there are not there anymore.

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Also the mistletoe de la Han remember that he had his own or and what happened to it.

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Man commanded the companions to burn all the other copies. That means some of the styles are not there anymore. But the tenkara at again, I don't want you to mix between the temperate and the seven styles. The seven styles is more broader than the 10 Korat all the tenkara ads are included in the seven styles. There are more styles, but we don't have them anymore nowadays. So the 10 color add, it is 10 methods of reciting the Quran is seven styles. It is seven different ways of reciting the Quran for the purpose of making it easy for the people.

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It could be different dialects, it could be different linguistic things like plural and single. When we say

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well, john will mela ekata Lavina home a bad man.

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This is one Kara, they made the angels

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who are the worshipers the servants of Allah. They made them females in another recitation majali Mela, Ekaterina homefinder Rahman under their the proximity of Allah subhanaw taala. So, it is different sometimes

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it is different in the

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in the structure of the word itself. So, there are different meanings for these types. But it is not the carrot.

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It is broader than the carrot. We have seven different styles of the Quran seven out of and we have 10 carrot.

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When did the carrot evolve Exactly. Now remember, after the death of the messenger sallallahu wasallam, the companions started going in the land for jihad. for other purposes. We had Abdullah bin muscled out of the lawn in El Kufa, we had more either in general in a sham, we had urban cap in Medina, we had Abdullah bass in Mecca, many companions, who were in all the countries all the places. So, they thought, the successors and the successors thought the followers of the companions now at the time of the companions, and even after that, there were no books written like this is the book of karate or this is the book of fake or this is the book of Hadith. When the sciences became

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extracted from each other, we knew that this is now grammar. This is

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Also the killer ads were documented. The first one to write a book about the karate in Abu Ammar al basri. And he will come with us inshallah. He wrote a book, he called it still Africa.

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bursary, one of the tempura is from Basra. And he's a man of grammar, also an Arabic. He wrote a book about the Quran and they had his manuscript. I don't have it now, but I had it. The first Imam, the first Imam, to compile seven Korat together is even Mujahid. His name is Eben Mujahid. He died in the 324

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His name is Bill Mujahid. He is the first man to compile seven karate together. So he died in the year 324. Even at that early time, they knew that there are seven karate.

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Then later on.

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Some scholars wrote some books about the carrot. So it became known

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because this is the carrot of bursary. This is the carrot of Hamza. Now that does not mean Hamza. He innovated something or he added something, but that's the style. He taught. That's the style he learned. And that's the style he taught it to others. Now, the Torah that we recite according to this plan, we say half son, awesome.

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Half son awesome each car housing from Kufa, this is the car. Each car has two narrators from him. Half is one of them. And the other one is Sherpa.

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Both of them took from one teacher from awesome, I've been having to do that goofy. Now shorba is little bit different than hops, but most of them took from one shape. What's the reason?

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He thought I taught you the way I learned from zero.

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And he told me he told house, I taught you the way I learned from above the ramen salami.

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Both of them took from of management I found on the alarm and Taliban every Taliban other companions. So this tells you each Imam, he took a specific method and he told it to the others because some people ask nowadays Why don't we have the core of our Baccarat one? Why don't we have the former

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is this crap came later on? No, it did not come later on. The prophet SAW Selim himself recited according to this graph, because we have the the the chain of narrators, multiple chains of narrators, the minimum the least chain of narrators came it was nine

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in each level, and they have the numbers, Amanda and Jerry rahimullah one of the scholars he tracked all the chains and he came with the exact number. We have 1182 different chains of narrators for the Quran in each level 1182 chains of narrators and they are different. So anyway, the carrot and the time of Hamza

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are some goofy the banana Shami because they themselves they took a specific method and that's why it was called that awesome. There are at

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Abram karate, karate Nasha not because they added something which was not available at the time of the companions. This is very important thing.

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So now we said they are tenkara

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they are tempura.

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Earlier had been Mujahid Rahim Allah, he thought they are seven. And that's what he collected. Now other scholars, they also collected seven karate, but the seven they had is different than the seven a bit more jacket that that does not mean it's only seven karate mutawatir

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but that's what they had that their time. Later on one of the Imams of nilgiri Rahim Allah,

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one of the great Imams, he found out that the karate the Matata all of them they are only 10 playwrights.

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And in order for any para to become acceptable for us to read, to memorize and to recite in the prayer, there are conditions that had to be fulfilled. There are three conditions for every Euro in order to become mutawatir in order for us to be able to recite it in the prayer. These three conditions are

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quoted by managers that Amala wakulla Morocco agenda we will calculate the millennia how he was a hard

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worker on family philosophy.

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It has to be acceptable according

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To the language, the Arabic language. Now in the Arabic language, there are some different

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accents, some different dialects, what may be acceptable for the majority may not be acceptable for a group of people, like in the famous language of polish and other tribes, they say in the levena and levena.

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And that's how we have it now. But for other tribes like who they they say la luna

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you cannot say a Laguna is wrong, because some tribes they say it Allah Luna, but it's not the famous So, in order for the Quran to become clearer, it has to be acceptable linguistically, even if it's according to some

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to some tribes which are not famous, but it has to be acceptable. So this is the first condition. Again, the language of M er, and their accent they say

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instead of L they say M I mean I'm better MC I'm on film suffer, they don't say I mean Albury sia MFI suffer, they don't say l they say m This is according to him here. So you cannot say M is wrong. It is correct. But it's not according to the common

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there are some different ways of pronunciation gets

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sent the hacker

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the language of Medina, they say Cass were cast and the hacker So, you cannot say it's wrong, it is still acceptable.

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So, as long as it is acceptable according to the language, then it is you could include it

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this is one condition, but that does not mean anything acceptable linguistically it is para, it has to meet the other two remaining conditions. The second condition

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it has to be accommodated in the US manuscripts. We will talk about the manuscript inshallah. Next semester,

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remember what we said at the time of us matter of the law one, they wrote the Quran in a miraculous way that accommodated within their act.

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Just like the word Maliki. Remember what I told you Maliki, that's how to is written in the Quran.

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That's how it's written.

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Because you can read it in both ways Maliki and Maliki.

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If you find in some copies like this, this is wrong. Because when you put the Elif, you cannot read it Maliki anymore. So it has to be this way. Why this is according to the manuscript. Now when we write in Arabic, we write many things.

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Which are different than what we have in the Quran here.

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Like enough that when we shall have enough fat open the Quran on surah to fill up enough fat fat that's how we should write it.

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But it is written like this in the Quran

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because we have a nappy set

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we have another Cara Nafisa. So, what do we do? We put only here and it becomes an affair that

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what does that mean?

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inviting it has to be acceptable according to the Othmani script.

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According to the manuscript, if it's not acceptable, then then it is it cannot be a mutawatir Cara

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it cannot be a motivated Kira

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the last condition, which is the most important one,

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the data, it has to be multiplied generated with an authentic is not

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because that's basically the essence of the camera. Why do we decide this way? Why do we decide according to what we have in the book, is it because that's how it's written, because that's how it was transmitted from the prophet SAW Selim to the companions from the companions to the successors from the successors all the way to our time. Nowadays, there is almost half million people who memorized the entire Quran

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more or less. If one made the mistake, the rest will correct him.

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So that's the way

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It came from the messenger cisilion. If there is no it's not, if there is no it's not then the Quran is not acceptable. So, it has to be acceptable linguistically, it has to be accommodated in the manuscript and it has to be multiplay narrated

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This is the matamata cara, there are some that are accommodated. And it is also

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accepted linguistically. But it was not multiple generated there is authentic is not for it, it is authentic, but it's not multiple generated, so, we cannot say it is mutawatir kara Why? Because the job of the messenger sighs it was to convey the Quran to all mankind not only to one or two. That's why if we have only one narration or two narrations, it's not accepted. There are four Korat it's called the odd carrot. Crusher. What do we mean by Chaga? It has authentic it's not yet we cannot accept it because there is not there's not multiple generated like instead of In fact, how do we say yakka now Voodoo,

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Voodoo, there is another karate Yeah, can you do

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the to

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you alone is worshipped.

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But again, it is not motivated. So we cannot recite it in the prayer.

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So how many karate do we have? We have 10 khorat. And these are the conditions it has to be acceptable linguistically, has to be accommodated in the manuscript. And it has to be multiple integrated.

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These are the three

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essential conditions for each para to be acceptable. And of course the last one. The last one is the most important one. Who are those poorer? Now we say tempura Who are they? You don't have to know them all, but at least you need to know few of them.

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We have one car in Mecca.

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And the law has been Casio electric. who died in the year 120 of hyjal of the livan Cathedral Mackey is one of the qura and he has two narrators. I will mention him later on with an example of the his recitation.

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We have to in Medina

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we have Abu Jaffa and Nadia

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Abu Jaffa died in the year 130 and naffaa died in the year 169 knafeh was the student of Abu Jaffa

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so we have one in Mecca and two in Medina, how many do we have so far? Three.

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We have

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been casier el mekki Abu Jafar and naffaa. Then we have four in Kufa

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for in El Kufa

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we have awesome our car, the car that we recite the Quran according to him Have an awesome that's what we say half son Anson

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the narrator is half from his chef who's awesome. I've been having to do that Goofy, but I didn't do 127 of Pedro. Then we have Hamza

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bin Habib as a yet Hamza al poofy.

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This is the second

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party.

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Then we have an kisai

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and we have calaf.

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Those are the four core of Kufa. We already mentioned three

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from Mecca and Medina and we have now four in El Kufa. We have three more to go.

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We have two from Alba salah and one from a sham.

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Yeah, Basra,

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both Bossa and Kufa in Iraq. And why is that? Because at that time, the time when the khorat evolved, it was the political and the scientific center for Muslims. The philosophy at the time of failure of the law, it was in a Kufa Hong Kong at the time of folly, and we had two famous schools, in Arabic in language, Basra and Kufa. All the grammar, all the grammar, it goes back to one of these two schools. That's it, whether it's from a gufa or elbasan. And most of those scholars, Hamza and Keysight Abrahamic diversity

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all of them they are scholars of

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Now of language as well, because they used to take the karate with with the assignee they used to verify they used to spend lots of time with it.

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So we have in Al basrah yaku al basri

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and a bomb

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and we have one more one one more recital which is even higher a sham

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in Damascus.

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These are Baccarat.

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These are the 10

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that we have.

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All there are matamata.

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Anyway, you recite the Quran according to each one of them, it is acceptable in the prayer and outside the prayer.

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This is the chart

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the table for all of them. You notice I started with the people

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No Actually I didn't. I don't know why I did it this way. I should have started with I usually start with people of Medina. Yeah I in November now I did it the way it was done with a sharpie. And I'll tell you what's a sharpie because we not know not fair.

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Not fair is the color of Medina and he has Cologne and Wash, wash and cologne. Both of them are reciters they are narrator's from nothing until this very day. We have people recite according to this recitation, we have people in Morocco Algeria, they recite according to wash. And we have people especially in Libya, they recite according to carlone.

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Then we have been Kafeel al Maliki

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Abdullah and Kathy from Makkah, and we have Albert z and humble to reciters for him.

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We don't have really much people recite according to them officially but of course all the people who knew the karate they know how to recite according to them. Then we have been armed Shami

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and he has two narrators he Sham and even the Quran

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he Sham and

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then we have our amarula bursary

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and he has two narrators a duty and a Susi.

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Nowadays, a duty this narration from Atlanta, it is available people in the south of Sudan people in Somalia they decide according to this recitation, a duty from a bomb adversary. Then we have acid I've been I've been noodle Goofy, and he has done a great job and have and this is the overwhelming majority of Muslims. The way they recite according to this presentation have

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from us and then we have Hamza

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from Al Kufa and we have Caliph and Khaled. They are two different narrators. When we have ltci

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and kissa. He has two students at duty. He is the same one who's here. This duty this narrator we took from our camera Bosley and he took also

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from Mikey say,

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and then we have a will Harris then Abu Jaffa those three narrators they are the added to the seven that the people used to know the seven

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Cora for some time people thought that it's only seven What about that? And that's why we have a scholar by the name mmm shout to him Allah. He compiled he composed a poem, according to these seven

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because at that time, they did not have seven different brands. But that's how they memorize it. So a man shout to me he came to one of the books for the scholars who wrote just like when Mujahid he said he comes to every area. Maliki Ahmed de Maliki that's the way it was recited in Kufa. 123 that's how they recited many key that's the way those scholars decided so and so. And then you have book a because nama shots wilhem en la casa live in vero shout to me he came and he

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transmitted or transformed this book to a poetry

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1173 lines of poetry, very nice

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poem

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which is difficult to memorize but it is interesting. He

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included all the seven para acts and for certain time, it was known that they are seven karate until ninja mala came. And he thought he saw that these three turrets, Abu Jafar, Yaqoob and Caliph, they are also mutawatir they meet these conditions so he added them and he himself composed upon this is a picture for

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page 26 or 36 and 37 of

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the poem of a non shatta Rahim Allah. Now, even for the Arab speaking person, it is difficult. Look here, why am I down alpha tomiko bluestocking wilbarger deca well hydrocal healthy Allah

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will have a goofy Nick Diwaniyah who be fed him one in Burkina Faso killer. What does he mean by that? Well, my father told me a second. Well, that

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will hydrocal Happy Hour bacara when you read Surah Baqarah you heard the owner La La Vina Amano? Wha Yeah, the owner in LA.

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He's telling you, what am I the owner veka.

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Narrator narrator's according to this code, because he has caught each letter look at the the law the

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color it's read

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that for specific narrators, deca all the except naffaa. They recited when

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you have your own law, how will Edina And who am I gonna in law enforcement that's how we decided

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According to NASA, you had your own aloha Valentina. I'm an owner you have the owner in Busan the same thing Why? Because he told you, well, Allah and the rest Other than that, they decided the same way. So it's, you have to memorize it and you have to understand his quote. Now it looks difficult, even for the Arab speaking. Now we'll have a coffin. He told you, the people of Kufa

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awesome Hamza and delicacy yackety bone, that's how they recited it.

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Well, Hamada would be mechanic the boon the rest they said, well, Hamada, any newbie mechanic, you kept the boon.

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So according to what he said, you know, the seven different karate, all the seven karate are here in one

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boom 1173 lines of poetry. This Imam he was from sharper, sharper. It was in Dallas,

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in Spain. He took the book of Obama, Danny, one of the great scholars of the Corrado died in the 444. He took his book again, Obama, Danny, he came to each party, and he wrote what he said.

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So our costume, costume, even veto shot to get a handle. He came and he took this book, and it transformed it to poetry, which is this one.

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He moved to Egypt.

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And he died there. And I'm shocked to be he died in Egypt, who was blind man, but his heart was insightful he saw with his heart.

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He lost his eyesight.

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And people when he came to Egypt, people used to come to recite to him so they could get the permission. The Jazz is not of the Quran.

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He memorized Sal Buhari and they use to correct their books according to his memorization, his memorization of Sal Bukhari, it was better than the books they had. He did not make mistakes with his memorization because it was so, so sharp.

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Now, he did not see. So once he comes, and people, people used to come in hundreds, lots of people, so they wait their turn to recite to him. Once he comes. He says whoever came first you should start reciting. One day he came, and he said Whoever came second, he should start reciting. The one who came first was offended because it was his turn.

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And then he remembered the one who came first he was on Genova. He was impure when he came to the masjid. He went back he did the hosel and he came again. Now again, the Imam does not see that even if you see Can I tell that you are Geneva or you are?

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How they this happened? It's from Allah subhanaw taala. They it's not like us we decided to add or two pages and we think that hamdulillah we were too good. They were the great scholars the throw in abs.

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Once the man came again, Shadow hammer law he does not see he said now the one who came first he should start reciting

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It was said when he finished this poetry. He saw the prophet SAW Selim and his dream, and the prophet SAW Selim gave him the glad tidings, whoever memorized it.

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This poem, he will enter Paradise. This is it's still a dream. So we don't know Alan, but it's glad tidings. They spend their lives in the spirit just to serve the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala. This is

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the other form of Imam nilgiri Rahim Allah. And it's called play by play, but initially

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he added the three other hurrah, so now here you have not only seven but you have 10

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look here Bismillah banasura thenI Venus of

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them fick Raja was alpha Sha one Caliph. Again, it is more difficult with with all these quotes, you know how each one recited the Quran.

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So this is an example for their work. What did they do with the Quran?

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As I said, we have four more khorat have been more hustlin

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Iceland and Al Hassan Hassan anniversary Rahim Allah and alarmists and Alia z.

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These are the four more karats

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and again, it came to us with an authentic narration but it's not multiplay narrated so we could use these khorat in terms of language in terms of

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it could help us but we cannot pray with it. Because in order for you to pray you have to pray with them automatic Tara

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I'll mention to you a few examples from the karate

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like I said, Maliki on within

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family kiyomi Dini Ravi Nasim

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winder Serato Serato tombola behind. Here he tells you ma'am Sharpie he tells you why Maliki only Dini Ravi nostrum only as you say and arson they recited Maliki omit the the rest of the seven they said Maliki army Dean naffaa Abram

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Hamza bin Hamad those four era they all recited according to many kiyomi D.

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Now when we start Surah Al Baqarah.

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Valley Kalki tabula Rai Fie he who then

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we have one of the Quran associate if there are two similar letters. He does it harm fi Hotel in Turkey. That's how he recites allatheena levena. You know, and I believe that's how we recite you mean una naffaa

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duty a sushi and double Jafar they say La Vina you mean Abby Lloyd. You mean? They don't say mean this is called the hams. They say mommy

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were up moon Uppsala Uppsala. Watch, he says a sala

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merasa Punahou New Moon Albert z from living cafe he says woman NASA Punahou moon move to

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Europe.

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So, these are few examples. In order for you to know that there are at again you need the shape.

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The the issue about the karate you cannot learn it from a book. You can learn the words but how to recite it, you need the shape. I just this is an example. This is hamdullah This is my is not

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this is my name and it goes all the way back to the messenger sallallahu wasallam. From my shift in Medina, this is the seal of the prophetic Masjid in Medina.

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Now again, this is how we received the Quran. I go to the shape. I received the entire Quran by heart and He testifies that this is the way the way he hid it from me the way that he took it from his ship and all the way to the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam with all the names.

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This is one of the methods of the ages that this is another ijazah from another shape also.

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Again, that's how we receive the Quran. Yes, the books help, but essentially it is by memorization at the time of the messenger so I sell them I used to teach them verbally, orally

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from his mouth to their mouth, and some of them used to read, right some of them did not.

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This is

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the three of the Quran only the famous Korra I made it like four years ago. Those are the qura in our time, some of them died passed away some of them not. And all the way to the messenger sallallahu wasallam to Allah subhanho wa Taala

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These are only few assignees only few, like each one of them here and here, each one of them. He had maybe 50 students or more. So if you want to expand there is no limits for it.

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It's endless actually. And the blue color for woman these are sisters, this one that will Cassini she'd memorized the entire Quran with a 10 carat in Syria

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because there are some female scholars also they memorize the Quran. Here we have Imam of nilgiri Rahim Allah is here.

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This is a copy cover of the Quran according to wash located very whitewash on Natha.

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And I have this Quran

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I think it's it is home. I did not bring it to him. This is the Quran that most of the people in Morocco in in Algeria and Tunisia that's how they recite this is the Quran of duty and from Obama bursary.

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And they have the Quran also have Alioune from Libya, I have all of them. But the issue is not you may have 10 copies of the Quran, but do you memorize and after immerse do you apply or not? That's the real issue. Now that's how the Quran was written. And I challenge each one of you to be able to read the Quran. This is how it was. Remember when we talked about valorisation of the Quran? That that's how it was? This is sort of the meta.

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Look here, la you know Kamala, who beloved Wi Fi a manickam we're lacking You can be my bottom line, man, it took me like two minutes just to figure out the the, the

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you see how difficult

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that's how it was. And I have some manuscripts like this. So it is documented.

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Now what are the benefits of knowing the Quran? What do we get by knowing the karats there are lots of advantages.

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And I want you to give me some

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one of the things that we can learn is the miracle that the Quran itself is a miracle, whether you say Maliki or Maliki

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whether you say yes, he won't or you can be born. It is miraculous, it could give you extra meaning

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with different words, but again for the same issue for the same thing.

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So this is great.

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It is miraculous to write the Quran one way, but it could accommodate 10 different crap.

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This is a miracle. So it's a miracle from two ways from the script itself and from the words.

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Also, it helps us a lot and the issues like incorruptible Massoud.

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For CMOS lsvt I am Mota tarbiat we have extra word, although this data is not motivated, but it will help us according to one opinion, which says that you have to fast three consecutive days. Where did you come with this opinion From where did you come with this opinion? You came from the Quran because there is a narration and it's authentic, but it is not motivated. So it helps us in

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in the issue

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in the issue.

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It helps us interpreting the Quran many times by the other by the other word in the camera, we could we could understand the Quran better and better.

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In a confessor combinable in Fatima you know, what's the meaning of the vein, another narration came from the template so it gives you another meaning. So it helps you interpreting the Quran also. This is another advantage of knowing the Quran.

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It helps you interpret the Quran. It could help you also memorizing the Quran. you memorize the Quran according to this camera. you memorize it according to the other crowd. It emphasizes what you memorize already. It helps you assuring your memorization.

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It helps us understanding the language knowing which is right and which is wrong. Now the Quran, the Quran verifies the language, not the opposite. Because the Quran came from Allah. It is the authentic source

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So,

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we apply the Quran to the language we don't apply the language to the Quran and we say whatever in the language is correct, then we have to verify the Quran. It's the opposite. So whatever we find in the Quran, we will learn that it is permissible, linguistically to say, we learned from the law, had it not been for the Quran, the Arabic language would have would have been lost. who protected the Arab, the Arab cannot protect themselves, they are too weak to protect themselves, but because of a loss protection to the Quran, the Arabic language was preserved. So it's, it's it helps us also knowing our language, through the Quran melissani narrabeen moving, that's a philosophy. So there

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are lots of advantages for knowing the Quran. With this, we will conclude our session inshallah. And that's the end of it. Hello, Salatu Salam anabaena Mohammed Al Salam aleikum. wa Taala.

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Is there any question? Before we go to the break? That's the shortest I could do. I talked in in lecture about the history of the Quran in two hours. There is recorded actually about most of these issues.

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And it was question

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if you make a mistake or something, you have to go fix it.

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What do you mean if you make a mistake?

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Yeah. He testifies that that's the way you recited the Quran. It's not a guarantee that later on you will not make a mistake. But during that time, once you are reciting, if you made a mistake, you have to correct it, of course, because at the end, he will, he will, he will say it's a testimony that this is the way it was recited. If there is a mistake, it's not the way it was recited so that it should be free of error.