Al Fatihah An In Depth Study Part 01

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Nothing happens in less time than I was a little

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in the labs, a lot of

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these lectures inshallah are about sort of

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the depth that I want to go into in the lectures related to the effects are very great.

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So my goal inshallah

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is basically inshallah to inspire you to get some of the meanings of impact you have, that maybe that will lead you to sell on your own. To learn more, we'll talk about how important

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it is obviously, an attempt to learn almost any language, whether you're an Arabic speaker, or even if you are restricted mostly to English, or you're going to be restricted towards or the other languages. And below there is a lot of valuable information, that if you have the intention, if you had the desire to learn about sort of perfect handycams, Allah, all of that is available to you.

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Now, the point of this lecture series is a little bit different from some of the lectures that we had before related to fear. It is not what I would consider a fear style lecture. But this is more closely related to a series of lectures that I gave some time ago about the meaning of the salon,

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the meaning of the salaat in a kind of a philosophical sense, but the meaning of the words that we say in the Torah

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and obviously, in fact, there is a basic aspect of the Salafi Salah, we'll be speaking more about the Fatiha from the point of view of what are some of the things that can occur to our minds, as soon as you read the Surah Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen if you have a deeper understanding, if you know a lot of points related to the Soto inshallah, every time you read it, at least some of those meanings will come to you and it has some effects upon you. And that is part of the goal inshallah, as it wants to be TV.

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Before I talk about sort of perfect hair, let me just speak a little bit about the salon

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and the relationship between sir Ratan Tata and the salon.

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One of the people who wrote a book on the theater so to protect the hand, of course, there have been, many scholars have written

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a lot of them. Mohammed Abdul Wahab has a book called precision Torah.

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Because Mohammed is a much maligned Muslim leader in animals.

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He talks about why he wrote this civil service attack, as I said, it's not a very good book, but he's highlighting certain points from sort of that.

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And he's saying that when you pray, your heart has to be at

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your heart has to realize what it is that you're seeing in the salon.

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Because if you are just seeing something with your tongue, and you do not mean it in your heart, then how could it be considered a good deal. And if it is something just coming off the tongue just as some kind of customary practice, without any real intention on your part, without any real thought on your part, without any real understanding on the part, then at the very least, or the most, you could say it might be a good deed, but it is not the best deed that you could pull.

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Getting a blobby verse in the phone talking about the disbelievers or the one of your pain when Allah subhanho wa Taala says about dunya poodle in a bl Sheila, Marisa people and they are saying something with their tongues and that thing is not in their hearts. And that is something that Allah subhanho wa Taala is blaming them for.

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So we have to make sure that we do not fall into that situation where we are just saying something with our thumbs but there's no feeling there's no understanding there's no appreciation of these words in our hearts.

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So as I said, insha Allah the more that we understand, what sort of contracts he has all about in the meanings that is contained, and inshallah the more it will be possible for us to have some effect upon us.

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And shala obviously, the goal is not simply to have some effect upon us in the salon, but also outside of the sun.

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Obviously we hear a lot nowadays, for example, about the plight of the

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situation that we're facing throughout

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the entire world you can see

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we like to put much of the blame of what is going on within the Muslim Ummah and what's happening to the Muslim like to put much

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blame upon the disbelievers upon the

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chimp the question really be

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that if the disbelievers, for example, are getting some authority over us and being allowed to treat us in a certain way,

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since the question will be that maybe this is not because of the support necessary, but this has to do with our relationship with God. First and foremost, actually, all Muslims should realize that it is in reality, it has to do with the relationship between the Muslims and others.

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If you want to understand the plight that we are facing,

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you know, people talk about becoming strong economically, people talk about getting strong politically. And even here in this country, they talk about getting strong politically as a Muslim minority. And even close to the Jews, this was the way the Jews did

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it, someone understood Surat Al Fatiha properly, he will understand that this is not the solution for the Muslims.

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And the solution for the Muslims, as I said, if the diseases because of our relationship to Allah subhanaw taala. inshallah, if we correct that relationship with Allah subhanho wa Taala, that our lesson handle without a little guidance to the ways that are best for us, will guide us to what will give us strength and prosperity, both in this life.

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And as I said, if you understand sort of how to actually everything that I just mentioned, you could derive from service and

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so our relationship to Allah subhanaw taala is a key factor about what is occurring to us today. And most importantly, of course, which will occur to us in the Hereafter, will be dependent upon our relationship to God. And our relationship to Allah subhanho wa Taala is very much related to our setup, our sort of the way we perform the salon, and what we get out of the salon, and in the salon is the first

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the first pillar and Islam after the Shahada. And to be the first acts that will be judged on the Day of Judgment.

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So we want to make sure or we want to strive to try to improve us.

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Then we come to the slot Our hearts are tuned to the salon and we are getting something from the meaning of what we're seeing in the salon. Otherwise, as Mohammed didn't have to have in his introduction mentioned. Otherwise, you have to be aware of what Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in the Quran, who laid on him was a lien hallerin Oman, so that means

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Allah subhana wa tada says, woe to those who pray and are negligent in their pursuit.

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And this verse in the Quran has three aspects to it. And if you go to properties of fear, you will find that there are three different explanations given from the time of the earliest.

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One of them is probably the strongest aspect of stones opinion. But in any case, this verse split on the most Amina living amongst European travel, this it has three aspects to it number one is missing the time of the prey.

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This is one of the interpretations that the people miss the time of the prayer or they leave the salon complete. Basically leave the salon to left to the time is done. It's the same thing basically leaving

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and it'll say there's no there's basically no cases unless you're unconscious. But otherwise, there's no cases in which the seller should be delayed until after his turn.

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For example, if you are injured or whatever the only way you can pray is sitting facing him in the wrong direction not even having your order covered, but just in your mind and with your with your eyes or whatever then this is what is obligatory and you do not delay the sort of

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so this verse, Latino man, Salatin, so one of the aspects is you delay this a lot faster or you do not perform as well.

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Secondly, is you missed part of what is obligatory in the salon.

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And as we know the salon has said not Can you suppose to perform the slot in a certain way. So the slot has both a physical and outward aspect to it. And it has an inward aspect and you have to perform them full properly. So you know, perform one of the outward aspects of this art, or you're performing the slot but your hearts does not present to the salon.

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These are three of the meanings that have been given to this verse in the Quran. For them the most Amina lady moments

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and those who are negligent in the first

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the Anima as I said, the strongest opinion is probably with respect to the salon itself not with respect to any missing portion of the salon. Because Allah subhanaw taala says under the name Ancelotti, in

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not loving on FIFA loving

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this they are negligent ographers not necessarily negligent while in the past, but there's a Hadith of the post

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that Mohammed Nebula also clinically, which captures all three of these aspects.

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This is a hadith in Sahih Muslim in which the prophet SAW Selim says,

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Here's your cup of tea that has been a coronation upon from from Nicaragua or van de su la Pira kalila.

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So here, the posts are the same, that is the prayer of the winner of the hypocrites. He sits watching the sun, and when it is between the two horns of chiffon, he rises and strikes the ground four times in haste, mentioning Allah a little dirty.

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So is designing the slot and removing the slot beyond his proper time, not being careful about the time of the slot. And then for nakara, arbani just kind of going through the motions quickly, without having that slot. And it's being performed with the tonina with tranquility, and devotion to Allah subhanho wa Taala, as I said, physically, outwardly as well as inwardly, and he remembers or he mentions a love but flu and his celox, even though he's going through the motions, he's going through it without really remembering all of that without really making remember

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this the polycephalum said, this is the slot.

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This is the slot.

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We find also other headings and bonuses enum, which also gives us very clear meaning that someone could perform this a lot. And because of his lack of attention to the salon, again, either outwardly or inwardly both ways. He's not getting everything from the salon that he could be.

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So the brother says to them said and have you recorded by Evernote

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in the regular lane so who are my spooky fellow Hola, Osho Osho Salafi

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sutra, sutra

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Ravana furusawa Isha

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that the person may finish he reads from the floss and all that is recorded for him of his losses, maybe 110 to 19418 to one seven to one, six, or one fifth, or one fourth, or one third, or one half.

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So this is telling us that this loss is not just something you perform, maybe from a set point of view, if you performed it and you did it physically, you could say I perform this a lot, I don't have to repeat to make cold or anything like that. But between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala might be a very different story.

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And what you did in the salon and what you got from the salon, maybe you hardly does anything from us.

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And the salon as we know, the salon is supposed to have an effect on the person to someone is performing the slot in the proper way. The influence of that will be seen in his behavior. It'll be seen in his actions, it will be seen in the sense that he commits or doesn't commit them. So

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Allah subhanho wa Taala for example, describing mankind in general unless 100 goddesses in an incentive.

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Even the

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way the muscles pay them and

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eating them also mean and livigno mohalla sherlockian

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Allah subhana wa tada says, Truly man was created very impatient, fretful, he will touches him and eagerly when good reaches him, except for those who are devoted to prayer and remain steadfast in the prayer. So the behavior even the behavior of the person is going to be changed. FP is someone who is devoted to the salon and performs the salon continuously and properly. Another verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, In the philosophy

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that the salon keeps people away from it.

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He will send opuses immorality and the wrongdoings over.

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And as we know, all of us know how to perform the solid, one of the basic can and one of the most important pillars of the Salafi essential acts as a slot is reciting.

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Setting sort of effect is essential to this.

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When you think about sort of the back here, was one of the first things that should come to our minds is this, Alyson headwork Allah has commanded us to recite the Surah At least 17 times in a day.

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So we have the command from Allah subhana wa tada to recite this surah and every errata of every slot that we perform if we perform an 1100

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We read this or even more than 17.

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And I think actually, if someone has not even taken the time to study sort of this idea or to make sure at least that you understand the basic wording of it, you know what each word means this. It's not along sort of, I mean, so just the idea of going to each word and understanding at least what each word means and what they mean together. This is something well within the means of every Muslim. And as I said, even if you're not have access to Arabic, if you're just speaking English, familiar with what's available in English, there's plenty of material available in English. Obviously, in Urdu, there's a lot probably Malay and other languages, I'm sure. So you're reciting

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you're coming to Sark. And you're setting the sword as I said, 17 times in a day.

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So the most obvious question

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that should come to anybody's mind is, you know, what is the goal of this sort of what is it that we're trying to get out of this? And why is it that Allah subhana wa tada has ordered us to recite this surah. So often.

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In one hand, if recorded by Muslim, the policy seller has shown us the importance of perfect your hand the salon.

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He said masala, Salatin lemmya Coffee has been a pariah here he does. And

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the club Association says if anyone performs a slot, and he did not read in its own Koran, and almost Quran, as we'll talk about is the name of the testator, then that slot is deficient or broken off or incomplete, broken off from blessing. Another Hadith recorded by the party perhaps stronger in meaning, he promises to themselves less a large element, because he has a key term, there is no slot for the one who did not read sort of

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this is some of the ideas that are used as evidence that the fact is an essential part of the counter one of the pillars of this

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and in fact, there's another heading, the heading in which Allah subhanho wa Taala refers to

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as the salon.

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This happy that we're going to read this hideous spreadsheet. As I said, it's a heavy thing which in fact, it has referred to as the salon

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this should immediately bring to our attention the importance in the place of massage.

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And also when we see this hygienist also it should bring to us the fact that when we're in slot you can say we are in a conversation with a listener

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and that conversation is part of what I listen to what data has given us in social compact. So when we read suit our capacity has nothing else if we know nothing else about silicon petyarre except this particular heading at least from this one, how did we know that when we are reading silicon back a half unless it hadn't worked out as as fun

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and as funny to us in a very special way.

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So in this how do you suppose the cinema is cool is that Allah subhana wa tada has said, as I said, How do you

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perform to salata beanie? Well, they have been to Spain, we are at the mercy

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of Allah subhana wa Tada. And he says that I have divided the salaat between me and my arms into two fourths. And four, my odds will be worse. Yes.

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Please call Abu al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen. His God, the sermon says Al hamdu, lillahi Rabbil alameen. So we're talking about the SOS and the Salafi said 100. Let me follow up folllow tada hamadani

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alisson handleless Allah says in response to that, my servants has praised me. So when you say 100

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and the salam, Allah Subhana Allah God is this one.

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And this should make you at least realize what you're doing.

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And it's not just words

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should never be just words that are flying out of your mouth. But you should realize that Allah subhanho wa Taala is responding to you. But if you turn away from Alyssa handwerk data, if you turn away either physically, right, if you turn your chest away from the public, you invalidate the soul.

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If you turn away from all this and handle with data, and you're not thinking about all the data, you're not the tool this data also this affects us.

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So how do you continue to wear either color or have marinara

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color lozada pepper now

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when the person says a little hint

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Then Allah subhana wa tada says that's my servant has excluded me.

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Why is he on the gene?

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Carla Majid Guinea

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when he says medically over gene Allison henwick goddesses my servant has magnified me

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wake up party yeah can I was away Yeah Can the stain for the how the beanie will be an algae where the algae mersa

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when the person says economic Lula yaquina stain, don't have to translate. inshallah, by the time we're done, come up with some transitions. But I know you all know what the economical way that can sustain. When you say that Allah subhanho wa Taala says, This is between me and my son. This is between me and my servant and for my servant is what he asks.

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Yeah, can I Buddha? Yeah, can Stein This is between me and my service.

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Paid upon a campaign serrata Levine and I'm sorry to hear him on a boring call I had the RB D motion. Then when the person says again us rotoscoping and irreversible sudo Satya, Allah subhanho wa Taala says this is for my servants and for my servants is what he asks, which you will ask and this is recorded by a Sufi Muslim.

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Actually, if you go to the Quran

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and in addition to this particular headings, we see that the reciting the Quran is something essentially in the slot. There's something very important to the slide

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here and this particular headings you see that the headings is all about alpha. But how do you begin by saying for some tohsaka I have divided the salon between me and my husband. So salons here means Sora

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and that shows you the closeness of the relationship between Saratoga and the salon. And we actually find that in the frontals we find the important relationship between the Koran and the salt in many places around for example,

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in one verse in the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala says well as such harrowby silica, what

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was curry being a delicacy? Allah subhana wa Taala in this verse in the Quran is sending us the literal meaning is not to make your salon very loud, or to make it too soft, but to look for balance between and here what is meant by salon. And this was no cron. What is meant by salon is the reading of the Quran in the Salah.

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Actually, the read on the Quran is the only part that you say, allows us everything else you see, by me so it is in our best, and others have explained that what is meant by slot when it says rasika is your reading of the font, again showing us the close relationship between the source and the Quran.

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And in fact, another verse, Allah Subhana which Allah mentions the Quran and it means the Salah,

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this verse

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in the Quran is surgery cannot miss Pooja here. Listen handwerk Allah says this reading of the Quran is witnessed, and many of you here actually saw from

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but again, the reading of the Quran is so essential to the salon that you can refer to this figure to me as the Quran.

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So in the budget prayer when the difference Malaika malenko, the night and of the day, they both come together as a booth witnessing the salon project. So here Allah subhanho wa Taala referring to the salon as prime.

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So all of these things, as I said, this shows the relationship between the slot and the plan, and in particular deciding sort of his idea.

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During these lectures, I'm not going to get too much into fifth and even if I do it will be very briefly not the way I usually like to do it. But I think at this point, I need to comment on a couple except opinion. And those of you in the audience will know which must have this is first of all, this is a weak opinion, I have no doubt that is a weak opinion, in fact, as authentic, heavy joined, is not a correct opinion.

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Some of the followers of a particularly when they pray God and also behind the man, even in God and also big enough disciples that you didn't have to say anything

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even in God and

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I used to kind of follow that not have by default and I became Muslim back then.

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So I know this happens.

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So when that is the case, you are missing a lot of this. And as I said there's evidence for example, imagine records from together every now

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that they used to

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sights and build an awesome while they're behind the man and the first Iraq as a suicide circle podcast podcast and keytab was on a song. And in the last hurrah cuz they were just beside

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and then move on to footage he says this is authentic communication.

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So it is authentically narrated that even if you're behind the man for the harasser you recite Fatiha usafl surah Allah, and as I said, inshallah, if you do, hopefully, it will

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make your salon more beneficial and have the influence upon you that inshallah is designed.

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So now let's move on to sort of sfakia in particular, we begin by speaking about when sort of perfect to have was revealed.

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And as I said, this is not a specific class, I'm not going to get into all the difference of opinion, especially on this particular issue, the differences of opinion, are considered political, weak difference of opinion, pretty much to support those opinions.

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It seems very clear that sort of the vocab was revealed very early in the prophets, life as a messenger. Probably a lot of it was the first sort of that was revealed in its entirety.

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And the only things that we know, that looks like were revealed before sort of confession, were the opening portions of sort of a lot of sort of the column and

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and as some scholars pointed out,

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there is quite a shift in meaning between sort of hockey and what was revealed before that time to answer.

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So as I said, basically, there was four sets of verses, not completed as the four sets of verses that were revealed before sort of perfected

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and these revelations, they are all basically kind of giving commands directly to the processor, and giving instructions directly to the system, and showing him that there is going to be any heavy responsibility upon him in the future.

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So for example, select the column. The verses that we do to consider for the column before

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include, for example,

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any verses in which the prophet SAW Selim has been reassured, to have confidence in himself that he is not insane, he's not someone who doesn't handle talent, but actually, he is someone who has good character and Allah subhanaw taala will work. And then another example is the beginning sort of in Buddha, which Allah subhana wa tada has given the process of in the command to arise and to warn. Yeah.

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And Allah subhanaw taala is talking to those willing to get up and to warn. So, all of these, as I said, they are commands to the polycephalum to the pursuit of symbolism, sort of invisible also is again, the early verses are commands to the procession them to perform the slot and to picture to worship Allah subhana wa Tada. And also in those verses, Allah Subhana, WA tada kills the process and in

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that we are going to put a heavy word upon showing him that he will have heavy responsibility. So when we come to sort of Kentucky, how

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is the first sort of set of machines, in which now he is directed? What to say, to almost a handler data source, in fact, that is the job, right?

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So syrup and hot jar is now the first time in which deposits assylum has been given some command from a listener with data as to what to say with respect to.

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And so it is as if sort of the project came through the postal system at a time in which he received some revelations, in which he had received some orders from Allah subhanho wa Taala, in which he had received some insight into the heavy responsibility that he's going to have to fulfill. But there was no real steps as to how is he going to fulfill those. What is the message going to be worse? The main aspects even though the message and how is he going to find the way to follow them?

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And then after that comes, as I said,

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and again, if you think about sort of depressing, if you study sort of democracy as you find this poll, these answers actually are some directly and some indirectly given sort of competitive

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As we'll talk about, it is a kind of summary of the whole message of Islam, summary of the whole message of Islam.

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And this was given to the publicist, and then after those are the messages that he received, giving those different kinds of commands that we had discussed.

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So this sort of came to problems, and formed part of the philosophy, from the early years of Islam.

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From the guidance that Allah subhanho wa Taala has given to the problem.

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We know that this surah has special virtues to it has special accidents to it, and forgotten.

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This kind of brings up the question.

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And this is a question that Allah has discussed throughout the years if you are saying that this sort of example or this verse, has special virtues or, or is better than some other verse, you are implying then that there's something lesser about the other verse, but all of them are spiritual, all right, all of them are excellent. And they know themselves.

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So how is it that we can comprehend the some of them are better than others, even though the hydrolysis of them are very clear, and pointing out that there are some verses in the Quran or some pseudos, or the plan to have some special clauses?

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There are actually some of them even though these headings are very clear and authentic, there's some Allah who rejected the idea.

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Because they could not fathom this idea that somehow there is something better about this verse than there is with another verse. And it could not tell them.

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I remember one time a non Muslim asked me a question.

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His question is, if Allah subhana wa Taala is an infinite being? How can the infinite being communicate with the finite beings?

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And if you get into these kind of questions, first of all, you should realize if you don't know anything, and you should accept the fact that you know, you the reality is limited to what Allah subhanaw taala has been willing to give us.

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I won't tell you my long answer that I gave him based on many, many premises. But the fact of the matter is that these are kinds of questions that are beyond our realm of understanding. Because we have never experienced a lesson how to look at it,

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in the sense of, you know, actually seeing and knowing and being in the Presence of Allah, Subhana, WA, tada, and so forth. This is something that is beyond our realm of interaction. But the important thing is that, if we have the information from the policy syllabus, and that information is coming from Allison headwork data, then we have to take that information, and we have to benefit from it. So what I mean by that is if the policy silom has told us that the Sora is greater than that sort of problem, it's not a question to ask, how is that the case? You think the buffet is dying or the public doesn't know what you're saying, unless you know how to work out as instructed him told him

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to disorder has some virtues, special virtues.

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So, the part is not for us the question How does that happen? The issue is for us now to take that and benefit from that knowledge.

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That there is something special about this sort of So, let us see if we can inshallah benefit from it special for

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most of them are, by the way. And the final conclusion

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is this with respect to sipo with respect to quality, and of actual quality of any revelation from Allah subhanho wa Taala there is no difference between anything with respect to quality, all of them are perfect from the words of Allah subhana wa Tada. But there could be difference with respect to meaning depth, the meaning 90 sort of mean, or with respect to the exact meaning or the exact, you can say Lucas objects of the verse or what the verse is talking about. And the meaning that is given to some versus the meaning is even more important or much deeper than in other verses. And that's the way for example apart to be an intermediate and other scholars have explained the idea that

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there's some sources that are more virtuous than others. But as I said, the important thing for us really is just to take that information that Allah subhana wa tada has given us and try to benefit from that.

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So as I said, when we talk about sudo, convert, we have a number of Heidi's and

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they show us the virtues of sort of different Yeah, and different hobbies, different incidences, the prophets I send them had promised to tell different Sahaba that he would tell them, what is the greatest solo

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Put on. One of the ratios is Agha Masuda tiene Sorokin

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what is the greatest surah in the Quran and the process Adam said it is called al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen surah

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Allah mean, he has several mitanni who put on lobbying and that he was teaching

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the process Arsalan said this is the greatest sword on the Quran is 118 which is referencing crystal Sora

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it is the subtleness and he will talk about what that means. And it says the normal Quran that I have been given.

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So what is the secret behind the fact that sort of the Fatiha is the greatest source of the Quran?

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There could be numerous reasons. And the real secret the complete secret of course, is not only to listen, but we know from the promises. As I said, it is the greatest source of the Quran. Another Hadith when the prophet SAW Selim was talking to obey even

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the prophet SAW, Selim said that he will tell him, so, let me angele Futura he will have been in dealing with a physical body while the physical body

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the procession said to him, would you like me to inform your the sort of that in the Torah and in the angel and in the Psalms and in the coupon? There is nothing similar to it.

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So they will have said yes, or messenger of Allah. So the process has been I'm asking what is it that you read in the salon?

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He says, we read the Quran. So the prophet SAW Selim said, when levena cbsd, and he swore by Allah subhanho wa Taala, by the one in his hand as a soul, that was electric Torah developing gene was a feasibility Well, if it will carry you through her mind, Marina Simone in the Fanny was put on the lot even though he or

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so under sadness, again, the cause of socialism, is saying that in all of those other books, that Allah subhanaw taala revealed, there is nothing similar to in fact, so this is another blessing that Allah subhanho wa Taala has given for this, that He has given us this surah that is not revealed it similar to it in any other books that he has revealed. So this Hadith, or the Hadith like it, and he this actually should put a responsibility on our shoulders to at the very least, and maybe we could say, Oh, the whole Quran is big, you know, I can memorize the whole Quran, I can study the Quran to see it as complicated or whatever. But at least we can turn to sort of the factor and try our best

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to get as much as we can consider,

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at the very least, I mean, if you think about it, there's just seven verses, I forget how many words

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you think really we can be excused from the fact that we haven't really learned what sort of effect he has.

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Even if the policy I sent him did not tell us these virtues and next ones, so even if the post has never told us these

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shows the fact that Allah subhana wa tada ordered us to recite his 17 times a day syntek kind of

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piqued our curiosity in any way and what is so special about this.

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For now, when we add to upon it, what the policy should have said about it, then this should be a sort of every Muslim at the very least as I said, Every Muslim should understand what each word means. And what is the main message with this sort of

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another Hadith

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recorded by under say even our bus should call avena moto Solo Solo Scylla mundo jabril Elisa, is a semi Anna Pavan poco crawfordsville Peninsula

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la Cala,

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or Pookie hominess la masuka have to follow peninsula men who might have

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turned the beer so Lola cillum cupola should be no rainy. Repeat the Homer lemon Tahoma loving public. So she had to the keytab will have a team of soda tillbaka learn takahara from in Houma.

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And just within our buses between the province of cinema was in the presence of Jupiter rerelease in Hebrew has heard sound from the heavens. And he raised his vision to the skies. And he said this is a door or gate that has been open from the heavens that had never been opened before. And an angel came from it and went to the Policy Center and through the process and have the glad tidings of the two lights that you have been given that were not given to any profit before you talk to the kids. And so that is that you have and the last verses, sort of

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nobody reads them with them.

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Except that he will be given.

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So here once again, same kind of meaning as the previous Hadith, the prophet SAW Selim is being told again, the circle factor is something that is been given that no prophet before. The angels are mentioned the last few verses of Surah takala, the last couple of verses of sort of Baccarat I found it very interesting that

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we don't have time to go through it.

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But Raji Raji tied in, in a very interesting way, the relationship between Silicon Valley and the last two, I have to sort of document saying they are conveying and covering the same important issues, the same basic issues. The strange thing is not I mean, if you're familiar with Rob is not that strange. But the interesting thing is, he did that. And yes, you did not refer to this head it was.

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And he died in the relationship, he was talking about something else. And, again, anyone who was raised on Russia, you know, how the close of others is considered as it contains everything except a few. So he was talking about something and got into discussing the last two verses of the Quran, and he turned them into work, and not once to be referred to this heavy in the process. But this is not surprising, he's not the strongest when it comes to referring to the heavy processing. So these are some of the virtues that we can find in the process.

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There are obviously some of their head is related to sort of the fact that many of them are not authentic, some has some weakness to them.

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But another aspect that we can talk about and conclude for today, which also points to the importance and some of the virtues of sort of the fact that

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has to do with this different names

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that have been given to sort of, and in general, is something has different intuitive is usually a reflection of the fact that they have many different attributes to select, in fact, yeah, as I said, has a number two is the one that you know, very commonly that you will find, perhaps in office,

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as we've been referring to it. In fact, you could define it maybe as the opening. And most of the elements it is referred to as a pseudo confession. Because it is the opening to the column, it comes first and

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as you probably know, there's some difference of opinion among the allameh about the ordering of the ciros in the Quran, whether it is to paper to paper, and whether it was from a was decree or was it the st height of the Sahaba lon and probably it was from the commander proposal system and again, some

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sort of contract that has been placed first in the book, and in fact, not meaning to jump ahead, but when you think about sort of impact

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and what sort of effect he has, again, sort of the book as First and foremost, it is a jar because the jar and the main aspect that you are asking for from Allah subhanaw taala industry is guidance from Allah subhanho

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guidance from Allah subhanaw taala. So you open the Quran, you just go out, and then as soon as you turn the page, so to speak, and go to the next surah Allah subhana wa tada says telopea mean dedicated to cover letter Buffy, who then

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you're asking for guidance as soon as you finish this job and read the next surah Allah subhanho wa Taala says, I mean, this is a book concerning which there's no doubt guidance for

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So in fact, is the opening of the Quran and from their scripts for the rest of the Quran. Some say also referred to as a factor because it is the person who put on that begins the citation in the salon and it comes before any other portion. We're in

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the process of selling in different headings, also referred to as it has in the Quran Makita both of them are offensively integrated from Thomson,

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cron, and Nikita.

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Probably everyone is familiar with the word and its meaning the mother of something.

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But it also means the foundation or the basis of something.

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And when you think of almost GitHub, one of the aspects to Oberon is that it is kind of a summary of what the whole Quran is about. And it is the foundation, the teachings of antakya are the foundations or summary of what the entire put on is about.

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So what is called put on or only feature. If you think of some of the basic issues of Islam. What are you talking about the pure monotheism, talking about

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Belief in gave judgment talking about the straight path talking about mankind's need for Allah subhanho wa Taala having to rely upon Allah subhanho, wa Taala. All of these different aspects that are the basic issues of a from all of them are summarized, and touched upon, in pseudo society. And also, there's another meaning of whom that was very popular in Germany or in the time of the province of cinema, I should say, the Arabic at the time, because this

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is also like that standard or that like Araya. And, for example, an army when they go out to have someone holding the banner or the flag. This is referred to as the Oh,

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it was the practice among the Arab armies, that if there is like, for example, some period of confusion or some trial, in the fighting, the idea what to do on the kids, you look for your banner, you look for your flags, and you can regroup and re assert yourself, yeah, to go back to the flag, regroup as an army, and research yourself and save yourself from the trials from the tribulations that you were facing, by looking for that flag and going back to that flag, and the whole army reboots and starts to fight again, fresh from that flag. So similarly, as some orlimar pointed out, like a poverty nurse, simulate the Muslim with respect to almost GitHub has the same relationship.

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As it goes through life, you go through all of these different things in life, you're always going back through on the facade as that is like your sanctuary, where you can get strength again, to go back and continue the fight to discover whatever you want to refer to this.

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There's also a verse in the Quran, which the photosystem has told this is referring to sort of contract here. And this verse in the Quran, consider

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Allah Subhana, Allah goddesses will attain. Erica said, I'm in the penny.

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And we have bestowed upon the seven of the Son and the grandpa.

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There's no question, as we said, the process and instead of finding first sort of, in fact, there is some difference of opinion about what exactly doesn't mean with a special sort of competitive because of the fact is the word that, depending on what you're deriving from this will have different meanings. One of the possible meanings of an assignee is something which is dependent, or to art, and it's something that is repeated. That's why you will find in some of the translations of the Quran, as soon as they will say the seven off repeating verses, that is one of the meanings of them apparently, and something or dragon something that is repeated over and over again. Some others

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say that this is not the derivation of this name, some of them have another interpretation is, it is because it is something by which Allah subhanho wa Taala is praised and exposed, and you know, be hair Allah, and it's an out praise. Also in the town, it could come from this. So this is the seven verses of praising Allah subhana wa, Tada. And another interpretation, and again, some sort of say all of these three are possible meanings and all of them might all be included as to why Allah subhanaw taala has given us this title. The last one is that it is because it has been preserved exclusively for this

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annual stuff. Yes, he had a Luma Lambton zilara.

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And it has been named specific for this online It was not revealed to anyone before. That is another one of the names of sort of compared to how the Civil War thing and that is some of its personally, there's other names of sort of the fact there but I think conselho

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is sufficient some of those other names are again based on how do you propose so some of them are, you could call them he had that aroma when they speaking about sort of confession. Again, this is Ella just the first lecture. And my goal is Ella in this lecture was to try to maybe highlight why we should be concerned about sort of profession to really want to study it inshallah, in detail. And my golden shala as I said in the next few lectures is to try to highlight some of the meanings of sort of defect, because it's so the more that we know about sort of third party essence it is something that we are repeating at least 17 times a day, the more that we can understand it, the

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more who has an effect upon us, and because we will come to Allah subhana wa Tada.