Principles Of Tafseer Part 10

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Jamal Zarabozo

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Think

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about

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this. Well, do you remember anyone remember where we left off?

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We're talking about

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one of the

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some of the nodes that we need some sense with the cube

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that we could almost call

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sources.

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That may not be the correct way of calling it is the practice of the practices

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of the herbs during the time of Jamia

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because there's many verses in the Quran which refer

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to things that they used to do during the time agenda without having an understanding of those customs, those things that occurred we will not understand the verse verses

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or less than we give one example what was that?

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called example similar

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to the example

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we gave less than was both after the hedge.

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You have some understanding of

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the practice of the Arabs if they thought it was a matter of

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that he would after the hedge they would enter their houses from the back not.

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first verse we'll discuss today also.

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What did you do

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with this verse, another

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verse from karate Musa

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third verse that we read, meaning

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that if you fear that you should not deal justly with the Female Orphan wards in your care, then do not marry them, but marry other women whom you like up to two or three or four. And if you so feared that you should not act equitably then marry only one of them the female captain, under your church.

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What's the relationship between marrying orphans?

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And what was the relationship between this verse between marrying orphans and marrying other free women?

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It says that if you fear that you will not be able to do justice

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to the orphan, then mercury one, what is it talking about?

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reversal?

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New

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This

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is actually this was the question that was put to the wife of the Prophet. He was asked why there's a reference actually to orphans in this verse.

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When she said it was the practice was in reference to the fact that those people were professional on the roads as orphans and under their care, as they wanted to marry them in order to gain their property

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to gain the property.

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Well, this is wireless. And after they became Muslim,

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and they were familiar with this custom muscle handle with data. Okay, it's allowed to marry orphans. But if you feel that you will not do just to them, those orphans in your care, then marry them you like

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free women, to

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sort of the majority that would sort of the majority know about

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what does the hook

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say that any part your wife is similar to mother? And what and where did this practice come from?

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It came from the time of Jamie it was considered the

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the one of the harshest forms of divorce, that if you said that to your wife, that like any for any she's like your mother in any way to you. Then this was the final and complete divorce. And the two could never remarry again. And actually, here's the meaning of the verse. It's clear from the stubbornness, all also the practices of the people of God because actually, it happened during them the problem.

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That one once a hobby. That was one of the

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You're like my mother's back and then they brought it to the problem hamster film. Well, the problem hamsters in them is first answer to them was what?

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first answer to them was in accordance with the

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people of Jenny

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Becton in general and Islamic law unless there was something, some change in the practice of the idea, and there was quite a few changes from the fact that otherwise the provinces didn't would follow the practice. So the problem was Dylan told her that you're forbidden for him,

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because of the presence of God and in this verse was revealed, giving the

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giving the actual meaning of

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giving the cemetery

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and one person photos Baccarat number 220 100. Dad is talking about the divorced woman

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that they should have.

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They have to wait for the dead for three months recourses free.

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And it is not allowed for them. That they should compete Satish can do what Allah has created in their rooms that they're believers in Allah.

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When they live the whole life and gift from Allah. Hello, you, your comedian, in

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the living room

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and the spray in this verse

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does this

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bring up any question in your mind?

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What's the difference?

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So what what's this verse The thing that the woman was being divorced?

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She should not hide what Allah Subhana Allah should not hide for example, what is in what Allah subhana wa tada has created in a room.

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And Alice, Alice specifically pointed out is there any reason why I was kind of data, specifically pointed? Or when you read this verse, does it ever come to mind to ask why lust and without as mentioning them particularly?

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So did you ever research it and find out what

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what was it?

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You

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can use.

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What what what used to happen during the theremin journey and why that is mentioned explicitly in the verse is because

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if a woman was divorced,

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and she was in her and

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it was the rights of the first husband to take her back at any time during

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this is actually the same.

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Until she says she gives birth. But what they used to do in the demo was common was

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if the woman and he didn't want that meant to come back to her then he she would hide the fact that she's pregnant. In order to marry someone else, as soon as soon as you could start to three months, you'll just claim that she's finished. And she will marry somebody else even though during those two months she didn't have any period. So it was a common practice.

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And that's why Listen, no data specifically mentioned

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that

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she could do it but she'll be

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paired with data specific dimension, that if she believes in Allah in the last day, she will not do

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that also the verses about the

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from Surah the verses which are related to them,

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which we know during the time of Jamia the response was

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it was not a good

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idea. When you when you adopt someone, then that person becomes like your actual science.

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So they became I was known as they even have

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adoption during the stem journey and they have the same thing.

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Did you hear

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the verses above and talk about the fact that you should call them by their, by their real names and you're not actually to their father or they're not actually your sons, all of these verses are again, referring to a practice that occurred to them.

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Without

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being familiar with that background, you will not be able to understand the verse again, completely. Even the verse that Faisal read today

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was the first sort of that you had to remember, if you're paying attention,

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the first sort of the truth.

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So

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even this short, sort of the first of many things about the crisis, if you're not familiar, if you don't have any familiar familiarity with what was happening and what was going on at that time,

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you will not begin you will not be able to, to understand completely or appreciate all the meanings that this person came through with the price, where were they living? How did they survive? How come their place was, face to safety. And all of these things we know, we understand better, because we know the history of immigration, we know that Mexico was made a sanctuary even among the urban jellybeans.

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But one of the sources of fear, one thing that we should be familiar with, in order to make sure that we make the proper decision we understand the verses of the Quran

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properly,

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is by knowing the customs of the people,

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and the actions, or the history of that time, and what these do is put onto this, it makes many references to another example. And another

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area or another branch of knowledge that we should also be familiar with, which is very close to that you can almost consider it a subdivision of the thing that we just finished talking about, is knowing the customs and the beliefs of the Jews and the Christians at the time of the problem.

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Because the Quran in many, many, many occasions, refers to things that the Jews and the Christians, especially the Jews, used to do, what they used to do, for example, in Medina and some of their practices. And let's enter with data.

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The first specifically to them, and in order as they said, and we can we can get the meaning of the verse in general, but to have a real good understanding of what the verse is talking about, and to really appreciate what the person referring to.

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We should

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have this knowledge in order to understand in more detail, the real meaning of what to listen, without, as referring to, here's a verse from sort of the book, which I'm sure you're all familiar with. And I'm sure you all know the meaning of it. And what does it bring to but it falls as an example here. So what

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we will do I mean, it's related to this topic.

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We're gonna read

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them raise your voice, everyone can read quietly to myself, no one knew.

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This was not the purpose of

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this verse, one sort of look at it.

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Meaning could be and when there comes into them a scripture from Allah, confirming that in their position, though, before that they were asking for a single triumph over those who disbelieve and when there comes into them that which they know to be the truth, they believe they're in the curse of all Allah is on the disbelievers. Now, the translation I read is the

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is the translation one of the English translations available. What's the meaning of this verse?

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This is something this is a verse referring to what the people of the book is to do, in particular, the Jews.

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What's the meaning of this verse above the public in public is the homeowner Allen living a couple?

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What's the meaning of that tree?

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As I said, I'm sure it's one that you're all familiar with.

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Hola, livina Kuru

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Kuru Kuru Viva La la la la la carefully

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before that, then they used to strip the Han Allah live Unicode

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with the meaning of it

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wrong elegantly

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that's why I'm not responding to you

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because there's a there's a famous fabricated ideas related to this Bruce Willis why is that you know with no.

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The the the fabricated verse.

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I mean, the fabricated had been related to this.

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So maybe some of you are familiar with it some of the some of the books have to find that the,

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the any when the Jews have lived the Jews and some Arabs are fighting the Jews to craft the name of Mohammed Mohammed. And this was before the

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thing that when Mohammed comes we will defeat you.

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As I said, that headache is not enough dedicated, but what the verse is actually referring to something close to that Not exactly. But it's referring to the people of the Jews, the Medina.

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The Jews in the Medina used to always tell the verb, the Medina, that there was some form of a prophet. And when that Prophet comes to the Jews, with

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triumph over the disbelievers, and they would regain their lost glory. So when the prophets of film finally came these devils to conquer the people of Medina, so when the prophets finally came, the people of Medina recognize that that's the prophets that they kept talking about. And they believed in them. And the Jews, as the verse describes this belief in them this believes in the problem hematoxylin, although he was in, although they know that there is a truth that was to come. So that's an example of a verse

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is referring to a practice of the people who love the book,

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from the time of the problem,

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in order to understand the how to understand the verse of the way

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we got, I don't think

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anybody used to claim that he would have put over the report, when the Prophet was

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there when the Prophet came, that they know what they just believe.

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That's what the verses were for.

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Yeah, that story about the two the two groups are fighting and they claim the

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victory is not true, you'll find

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in some books of the series.

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But what is actually referring to is this it is doable at the time. Because it's coming to the program, President Medina, they used to tell the herbs, that's when the Prophet comes, they would be successful over the over the air.

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Those are basically the the sources of obviously, they have different strengths and different

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and in different ways

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to discuss so far, put on the sun, the

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statements of the Sahaba statements of the Sylvain

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Arabic language

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that I'm going to more than seven

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seconds of the

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time with the people of Joliet.

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And the one we've just been accustomed to the action with the people.

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There's one more source of

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what's

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not a source of concern.

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We'll discuss that in a future series, the different stuff some hints,

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give you some hints.

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It's different than nature from all of these. What's one thing that's common among all of these that we've discussed so far?

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What's one thing that's common among all these?

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nations?

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Okay, what's another thing common among these

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components? So all of them are nothing, all of them are based on something important, Arabic language and you don't make up your Arabic language, you have to

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follow what has been reported, according to the Arabic language to put on sin and so forth.

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The history of the people of Arabia before Islam and so forth, they all they're all based on things that are reports.

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So therefore, before,

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by the way, in case I haven't mentioned before, obviously all of these we have to make sure that the transmission or the the report that we received is an authentic report. I think I made that one later, but

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that's all the sources that we discussed before as I said, the other source differs on this point from all those. So what could it be?

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There was nothing nothing must be happening, meaning now

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Something based on reports or something based on

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our own intellect and what we can conclude from

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what he calls it should be called

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Russian, Arabic

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The next source of

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sources, which

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is HTML.

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Agree, and even miss one lecture the

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limit.

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Arabic language took about three

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to

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the surface of the sphere that we have been discussing so far. This is the our business on nothing, they're relatively fixed. When it comes to weight, they're given a strong weight. And they are, sometimes they are even unquestionable. And what this is finding cannot.

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And it's a bit with it, or you cannot argue that there might be some other means, basically, what the sources that we talked about so far give us

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is that they give us the essential meanings of the verse of the Quran. So

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the words rest of the What does the verse itself mean?

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We get that from the sources that we discussed, either from other personal furano competi, through Arabic language, and so forth.

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Now how to take those meanings of the Quran

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and how to apply them in our daily lives and things that come up nowadays, and how to take those meanings and, and give it so to speak a living form, in faith and life light of what we are experiencing today, or what we face today. This is also the job of the Muslim, the one who come in, come into Milan.

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And in order for him to do that, he has to make it

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he has to take the meaning of the Quran and apply it to

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what's happening today.

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So what we've been discussing so far, the

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the sources of proceeds that we've been discussing so far, they don't mean to imply in the first by the way, in the first lecture that we gave about the danger of speaking about Chrono making succeeded without this knowledge and prefer, they don't mean to imply that there's no such thing as he had when it comes to.

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This doesn't mean isn't what we've been implying. And in fact,

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and since the Quran is the guide for the Muslims for all time, until the day of judgment, it is necessary that he had performed with respect to the proceeds because this means in each generation, and each era that the Muslims lived, the Quran seems to give guidance within there. So new things come up. And so far, as we'll talk about, give some examples later, new things come up. And it's the

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end events that are unrelated to those new things. They're the the the guidance there. And it is up to the floor of the Quran, to take the teachings of the Quran and apply it to what is happening

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in this time.

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So the the sources of the proceeds that we've talked about, so far, this is basically they give us the medium book.

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And as I said, some of them are

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unrepeatable. And once they are stable, example, editable provinces cillum telling us the meaning of a verse, or this government zoo, giving us the exact meaning of a phrase in the Quran and so forth. And if these things are things that are questionable, cannot be touched. But the rule is a third is to take those meanings and figure out how to fly them in our in our current day.

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Well, if anyone makes it to the head.

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In other words, if anyone tries to interpret the Quran in such a way that it contradicts some of those sources that we mentioned.

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For example, countries the Quran itself or contradicts edits and focuses in or contradicts the resort, therefore, obviously,

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better, let's proceed. That explanation is given her that he had that he's making contradiction from sources and so therefore, it must be must be rejected. So obviously, this what we call source of material, or he had

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in weight or in strength that comes after the other sources that we've discussed.

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discussed so far.

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If you remember the first lecture that we gave in this series

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was actually Ramadan we started this series I think in Ramadan.

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If you can remember the first lecture we gave in this series

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we talked about the danger or the prohibition actually speaking about the Quran, according to one's opinion

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we did many quotes from Sahaba and Sylvain so forth

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the demonstrators it is not allowed to speak about the Quran according to one's opinion

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but now we're saying that

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it's jihad is a source of to see if

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there's any contradiction between those two

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the difference between right and

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the right

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it's based on irrational thinking

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basically

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First of all, you have to know

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all the

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branches

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okay with the scars of Cooper likeable and evil another they were known as have a run

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does that mean that you should just make any trip without

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any source any basis

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by itself doesn't necessarily mean that you're giving an opinion without inhibition

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but it could mean that

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it's the right kind of a more general term which

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we would hope is more specific although it also can be sometimes not.

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But if you go if you go to the books of unsulfured there's a difference of opinion about whether or not it is allowed to make the seer DeRay urbanicity head or and it's make it according to one's opinion

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different opinions. Some scholars say that it is not allowed

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to sit bi is not allowed.

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If you go especially to some of the early scholars they'll say that making proceeded by he had this core bias he had English to be right

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on because I don't like the phrase making suitable your own opinion like

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you go to

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Apple which the head

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it's the head also awkward.

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Yeah, that was it was more general than

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wouldn't would see when we conclude when

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you

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one of the let's look at the proofs for

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for saying that it had been it is not allowed. I mean bira is not allowed or making the spirit on the basis of your own thinking your own reasoning your own opinion is not

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number one they said that making succeed the right

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or he hadn't succeeded based on your own thinking so forth is the same thing as speaking about a low without knowledge.

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And as a corollary to that

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they say that making traceability right

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when you make the superiority, highs you can never have your thing or you can ever have certainty that there's something's unknown or something speculative and I'll listen handle with Allah blame those people in the Koran Allah Allah blames the people who follow them for speculative things instead of an opinion

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that a good argument is there first I

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have I have three

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First of all, there seems to be a bit a or village to head is speaking about a loan without

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Okay, so you're saying that if it's based on

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if your ad is based on

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the law speaking without them, Okay, what about the second point though they said it does.

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It's not your thing.

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Well listen to Allah in the Quran lane, those people who follow them.

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Those of you who had those who subclass

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should be able to refute this

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instantly.

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Because you dropped out early from those like miracles because you're you're excused from

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what's the meaning of them?

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Then one was something Indonesian

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something not something speculative. It's not, you don't have a strong proof, but it's not something certain. As opposed to your pain. The pain is somebody who has strong footwork, there's no question about.

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So unless I know what to add, and many verses are put on blame those people who just follow them,

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for example, press about something that they are just following.

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me,

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please. So what's your answer to this?

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Now

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the survey

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to

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see

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if it hasn't missed,

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wish they had

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a mechanism to love them.

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Most of

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them is a different level,

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then as most of us can even reach the level of your feed. And in fact, in the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala uses the word vegan, meaning a thing in many cases,

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I can

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instead open it up.

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So Ben has a different, you can reach the level of certainty. There's also something known as a Ben, a Roger,

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well, then a mergo. And in the den, which, if you put together your evidence,

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in evidence shows that this opinion is right, the the preponderance of the evidence of duty in the courts here shows you shows you that this opinion is right. This is called the way that you've done or stronger than, this is not the kind of thing that I'll listen with that is talking on the phone, unless No dad is talking about them in the event that has no report, or that is contradicted by strong.

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So when people make the fear, when they make it to the head,

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and it is based on for example, the sources we mentioned, then that is not the kind of London all this pen with Tyler is talking about.

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So therefore, this opinion, or this argument,

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concerning the stupid right is not the strongest

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argument

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out

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there during minutes making disability is the same as speaking without knowledge. And it is the same thing as following one

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or the other.

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Because I've noticed that people have a short memory span of a state all their arguments will forget was the first argument. We go back

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to take one and

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then the next argument.

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Verse 44,

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which Allah subhanho wa Taala says ones and they look at different

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leave to beginning the beginning. This is the manner in

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which Allah subhanaw taala says and we have revealed to you to the Prophet Muhammad says, tell them the detail in order for him to explain it to mankind which has been revealed to them.

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And what is their argument from this verse?

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Now remember, they tried to prove that the cvra is not

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based on this verse, what is very This is one of the verses that

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was the old testament to Spain, the Quran, and there's no room left for us to explain it afterwards.

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That a good argument

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Did we discuss earlier about how much the profits have been explained in the Quran

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with the book concludes,

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as the phone system, and he

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and he did not actually explain the whole code on every word, but he didn't need to, especially during his time, many of the verses were put on the meaning was really close to the people who live at that time.

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The system did not explain every word, explain and implemented the origin.

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Whether it was by the way that they read

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and they make a difference with the beginning, the beginning the net in the news,

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how does it in

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this lesson handle data? One way of reading it, is it Allison Hannah with Allah gave the the

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difference to the problem hammer says it and for him to explain, and to men can what was revealed to them when I don't need too many of

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them at the end of their lives. And so projects they may ponder,

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or that happened to me reflected in terms

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of you understand that at the end of the day,

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between Heckman and Alyssa and otalgia describing here

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that the less bandwidth Allah give the Quran to them,

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in order for him to explain it and

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booting,

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believe

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in order for the believers to think about what

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also to them,

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and also to ponder over the front of you find another another places

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simply by use this last part of reversal. So

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it's not necessary, but some people use that also showing that even in dead verse itself unless and without is pointing to the fact that the believers must ponder over

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what you said and ponder on

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it.

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Explain

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the remainder of

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the windows like you will think more about it doesn't say that. This allows us to process every single thing.

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Yeah, but but then Chrome.

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And visiting as young as they think.

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It's not needed. It's not needed. But some people mentioned that as

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the third argument, or this third proof that

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they're

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not allowed to make the subarray

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or the Hadees that we talked about in the first lecture

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about whoever interpret the Koran according to what I said they can see from the Hellfire and whoever and surface of Quran according to his opinion, even if he's correct, he's wrong

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in response to that

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opinion.

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So what's an even better, even better reputation?

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Because we spoke to those ideas are not authentic.

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They're not authentic. They're wicked. But most likely there are statements of the Sahaba like even after

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they filled their sentences as to how they could use them.

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So how do you respond to that?

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Okay.

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So how can you prove what do you mean by writing?

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In order to make this claim, you have to offer some proof.

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So there are things that the Sahaba said you cannot make dry. You cannot use your own opinion to make this clear, and they put it

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in words, Quran according to his opinions, his biggest

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things is right here means a specific kind of

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what you prefer.

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If it were the case

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like to say

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is a good reputation. This?

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This, this this line?

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Yeah. But what's the proof that this is the right immediate opinion, as we said is more general than that.

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There's another way and

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the longest argument that either even bulls have of themselves we can go to their statements about the Quran, and we can see the date and self use right sometimes, and maybe it's dead on.

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So this is proof that what they mean by is a specific kind of opinion, a specific kind of reasoning, it's not just using an opinion or using your mind

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will jump rarely recorded over the first

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making his famous statement

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with this famous thing about speaking.

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for himself, he said, This guy would shade me with Earth would

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say, give me a place to live. Because I should speak about the Quran without, without notes.

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When he was asked about calella

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What does it

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matter, here's what

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it did.

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How

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she doesn't have

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anything,

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she doesn't have a father,

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who can say that I am speaking about it according to my opinion, if I am correct, it is from Allah as it is otherwise it is from me in the ship. Kalana is the one.

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So, this means that when we can take other examples from

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the same people refer to earlier as being this is not allowed to use right.

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This means that they're talking about a specific kind of right,

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the Civic kind of using,

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and those are basically if you look in the books of concerning the same system,

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those are the only proof that they will give that it is not allowed to make he hadn't succeeded or or should be right, not alone.

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Now as for those who

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say that the simpler delay or making HD head or using your, your mind and your intellect making succeed is allowed.

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They also have lots of proof themselves.

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One of the proofs is that the Quran itself

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points to the obligation

00:43:12--> 00:43:14

of using your eyes and understanding

00:43:17--> 00:43:18

using or making use the head and then seeing

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that points towards what's the argument

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what is

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the difference?

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refutation of

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different, different self?

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However, both verses in which he lists men with data talks about

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the validity is

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an indication giving up on over the Quran. What's the meaning of this verse?

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Okay,

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so the verse itself is saying like, the things that people should

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ponder over the meanings of the Quran. It's everything, if all the meanings of the Quran were given to us. And there's no room for HDI there's no room for using our intellect and understanding the Quran what would be the meaning of this verse?

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This verse is pointing to the fact that there's some there's some room for pondering over the Quran and understanding.

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By the way, what's the meaning of specifically what's the meaning of

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the word

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The roads are what is what is the what's the

00:45:04--> 00:45:05

what's the meaning of

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that, but I

00:45:13--> 00:45:14

know that

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you'll find something refers to actually, the final thing, the last thing

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in the room. The first The last thing, the last thing you can think of the last thing you can find one modern writer and commenting on this verse he says that

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the point out that the one who read the Quran, to believers to ponder over the verse of the Quran, and she uses intellect and thought, and he could, and he should note the final or the foremost meanings of its words.

00:45:48--> 00:45:51

Its hidden, its minor meanings, its detailed meaning

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its beautiful aspects that the normal person does not notice. And in other words, the believer should go beyond just the general meaning of the Quran that everyone should notice, but they should try to ponder over the front and see really what is the meaning of the verses?

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As I said, obviously, if it were the case that all the meanings of the Quran are already given to us anything nothing, then this verse itself would have no

00:46:19--> 00:46:19

need

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to be right. Or if maybe he had insisted.

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The second argument

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is the fifth Veera is not allowed.

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Then, in fact, he had a section of the law.

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And it because when you make Scadden material, usually you're trying to figure out how the Quran is to be applied nowadays.

00:46:50--> 00:46:53

Does anybody know what it is it says that the door switch is closed.

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It used to be a popular expression, but

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most people realize this

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is not a correct expression. And the door he had

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will always remain open as this. And that also any refers to his dad when it comes to.

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Thirdly, they also argue that there was lots of difference of opinion amongst the Hobbit and have lots of different opinions, but there was some difference of opinion among the Sahaba regarding the meanings of different verses of Iran,

00:47:34--> 00:47:38

obviously, if everything was medically, everything was different Jasmine, there was no room for thinking about

00:47:40--> 00:47:41

the meaning of the Quran

00:47:43--> 00:47:46

then there should not have been all these differences in in among the

00:47:48--> 00:47:59

the proof that they were using their opinion that was the proof that they were making she had, and because of their age she had and the different levels of understanding. So they had different different opinions and will proceed have different views.

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And the fourth argument

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is the job if the problem has been made driven, I bet

00:48:14--> 00:48:15

the driver

00:48:21--> 00:48:28

the progress has been made, God forbid I'm busted Allah subhana wa tada would give him the understanding of the religion and also

00:48:30--> 00:48:34

teach him or given the knowledge that we that we have meaning what

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is our understanding of the Quran?

00:48:46--> 00:48:47

I think

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that we end here with just what is related in hurt. And in other words, just from the problems that didn't make them do that there would be no benefit for choosing a monopolist for this application.

00:49:00--> 00:49:15

But this point that the promise has been made drop ribbon are best for something other than simply what is narrated and what is transmitted. And the other thing is to see what was later known as TCP IP, or HDL. And there's no question about this or there's no doubt about

00:49:18--> 00:49:28

it. So which which group is correct? The group that says that there's no such thing as he hadn't conceived of the group that says that there is a system

00:49:40--> 00:49:41

do you graduate

00:49:44--> 00:49:45

Would you like to see

00:49:56--> 00:49:56

had

00:49:58--> 00:50:00

never had this before.

00:50:00--> 00:50:00

Have a seat?

00:50:01--> 00:50:04

And is this kind of Yes or no? What do you think?

00:50:11--> 00:50:12

For us, it's not

00:50:14--> 00:50:18

even our best. Isn't that sort of thing that said, What about themselves?

00:50:23--> 00:50:24

That mean?

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I don't think.

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So, I mean,

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you just give us

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an example.

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The problem is that each group somehow went through an extreme

00:50:54--> 00:51:00

group said that there's no such thing as a stupid, right. And another group, in some cases, they went to the point that everyone

00:51:01--> 00:51:03

spree for example to make.

00:51:05--> 00:51:12

Well, actually, so therefore, both the both the both the opinions have some kind of truth.

00:51:14--> 00:51:21

It's true that there is no such thing as it's dead or two sigma, right? But that doesn't mean that every decision is correct.

00:51:22--> 00:51:23

Or is it

00:51:29--> 00:51:32

so the fear of delay or the fear of using one thought,

00:51:33--> 00:51:51

is in one's intellect and so forth, and making instead and to see it with the field which is based on those sources of the fields that we talked about the Quran, Hadith, and so forth. It's based on those and from those is derived meaning of the Quran or how the Quran is to be planted, that kind of sphere is acceptable.

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And it was known as the spirit derived,

00:51:59--> 00:52:01

permissible or the Praiseworthy.

00:52:06--> 00:52:22

The other kind of sci fi, the other kind of instead of making the food is more the person make this yet without taking into consideration the sources of the food without making sure that he doesn't contradict the sources of the food and what the meaning that the sources give

00:52:23--> 00:52:25

this kind of passivity is not

00:52:27--> 00:52:32

and it became known as the ryan moon or the blame blame where the

00:52:33--> 00:52:34

placebo

00:52:36--> 00:52:38

effect if you look, the score of the

00:52:40--> 00:52:41

study the history of the fear,

00:52:43--> 00:52:45

they usually divide the students to different categories.

00:52:46--> 00:52:48

They divide into for example,

00:52:49--> 00:52:51

which is based on reports

00:52:54--> 00:53:01

and based on reports such as the provinces, statements of the Sahaba things of the terrain, so, what is usually included in that category

00:53:03--> 00:53:04

of books

00:53:06--> 00:53:08

for famous, the few are usually included in

00:53:13--> 00:53:17

the according to reported tradition, have you

00:53:19--> 00:53:21

ever used to be basically divided

00:53:22--> 00:53:23

into three characters?

00:53:24--> 00:53:26

Or based on recorded

00:53:28--> 00:53:39

narration to see it according to opinion, which is okay acceptable, praiseworthy, and proceed according to opinion, which is not typically used to how to divide. The first category includes

00:53:41--> 00:53:41

the theater.

00:53:42--> 00:53:43

What

00:53:47--> 00:53:48

did you write?

00:53:51--> 00:53:51

Luckily,

00:53:54--> 00:53:55

for me, is in the middle of

00:53:57--> 00:53:58

poverty.

00:54:00--> 00:54:07

In places like that, if you read these pictures, like the top of a weapon, Canadian, you'll see you'll see that there, they also have lots which

00:54:09--> 00:54:10

is not the fear

00:54:11--> 00:54:13

that doesn't have this year. Except for one.

00:54:17--> 00:54:30

I mean, historically, there's only been one substitute where there's no but for example, the personal property, many times he gives his opinion based on Arabic language and so forth, about what's the strongest opinion as long as statement about.

00:54:32--> 00:54:38

Also many times he mentioned things which are not completely based on reported nourish

00:54:39--> 00:54:42

interviews. For example, in his decision he talks about a year.

00:54:54--> 00:54:55

Remember, criticism

00:55:00--> 00:55:01

book, the book

00:55:05--> 00:55:07

is the book of laws that the Mongols

00:55:09--> 00:55:23

used to have and used to apply is made up of Mongol traditions and some things that they took from Hindus and things that they took from Muslims. Some things that they picked from Christians and Jews, this was a book of law that these two play.

00:55:24--> 00:55:26

And they they claim to be Muslims, but they applied this book a lot.

00:55:27--> 00:55:28

So

00:55:29--> 00:55:33

he talks about that. And he said, anyone who believes in it and apply themselves

00:55:35--> 00:55:35

is

00:55:37--> 00:55:38

making hoping vitamins.

00:55:40--> 00:55:43

And obviously his discussion about the essence and applying it to

00:55:44--> 00:55:53

this verse in the Quran discussing it under these verses in the Quran, we kind of wished he hadn't on his own foot. Obviously, the pharmacist in London discusses the Sahaba, the

00:55:55--> 00:55:57

one actually every book, there's no such thing as

00:55:59--> 00:55:59

it doesn't have.

00:56:01--> 00:56:04

And similarly, he had, which is acceptable.

00:56:06--> 00:56:10

And almost all of those books that he had, which are acceptable, also they contain most attendees,

00:56:14--> 00:56:15

almost all the scores that

00:56:17--> 00:56:18

we made, he had.

00:56:20--> 00:56:22

And as I mentioned earlier,

00:56:23--> 00:56:29

the doors he had when it comes to the Quran, will never be closed, because the Quran is the guide

00:56:30--> 00:56:33

for mankind, whenever anything comes up,

00:56:35--> 00:56:46

nothing has to be viewed in the light of the forum. For example, in this century, we had no ideology. And some of them are passerine, who wrote in this century, they discussed those ideologies and they're confused.

00:56:47--> 00:56:54

And they're oppressed in doing so, because that is part of the purpose of the philosophy shows what is truth and falsity. So, for example, Marxism,

00:56:55--> 00:56:59

existentialism, nationalism, Freemasonry, all of these things,

00:57:00--> 00:57:06

if you have deep knowledge of the Quran, they're actually discussed and refuted in the Quran.

00:57:07--> 00:57:07

And people like

00:57:09--> 00:57:11

me said cryptocurrency developer on

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dosering, to see if

00:57:14--> 00:57:32

they discuss all these things, because that is part again, part of the nature of the Quran, that in every generation no matter what comes up with data has given us guidance to show us what is right and what is wrong. So, therefore, the application of computer which can interfere, select will always exist.

00:57:34--> 00:57:35

But the problem

00:57:36--> 00:57:45

the problem with saying that it hadn't appeared as allowed. And, in fact, it is required, as opposed to by

00:57:46--> 00:57:47

Muslim as a whole.

00:57:48--> 00:57:50

But when we say that it is

00:57:52--> 00:57:57

allowed, the problem then arises that some people make

00:58:00--> 00:58:01

when they're not qualified to make.

00:58:03--> 00:58:05

So, that brings us to the next to the next question.

00:58:06--> 00:58:07

Is it

00:58:09--> 00:58:11

permissible to make a scan to see if

00:58:13--> 00:58:17

the visit is permissible? Next question is who is qualified to make this?

00:58:20--> 00:58:22

What are the requirements for the MR head?

00:58:27--> 00:58:30

This is discussed probably by all the people who wrote about

00:58:31--> 00:58:33

what the requirements for the people who make

00:58:36--> 00:58:38

some of the requirements of course has to do with the

00:58:42--> 00:58:46

end with the person themselves and we cannot from the outside, see whether or not is missing.

00:58:49--> 00:58:50

For example,

00:58:51--> 00:58:55

before entering into making this year,

00:58:57--> 00:59:07

you should make sure that he has some updated that he understands Islam, and he understands the beliefs of Islam before attempting to make

00:59:15--> 00:59:19

some of these you cannot tell from externally whether or not they're being met.

00:59:21--> 00:59:32

And he should be free when making a deal he should be free of any personal desire or any personal goals and goals is simply to please the law and find the truth and the meanings of the worst of the

00:59:36--> 00:59:38

third and this one we can we can judge.

00:59:40--> 00:59:44

Externally we can see, he must follow the correct methodology. In

00:59:46--> 00:59:50

other words, his spirit his understanding of the verses in the Quran must be based on

00:59:51--> 00:59:55

the source of the fear that we discussed before and in the proper manner.

00:59:56--> 00:59:59

For example, the prophets I sent him explaining a version of

01:00:00--> 01:00:06

On preference to some meaning of the personal parameters we did basically on the Arabic language.

01:00:08--> 01:00:12

So, it must vary the correct methodology or min hedge when it comes to to see.

01:00:15--> 01:00:16

And he also must be

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well grounded in the sciences,

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or the disciplines that you will need to use and making sure that you

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are presented with three

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areas of study, and it has to be well grounded in the different sciences, that he will lead us in making

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the system of those sciences and some of them

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they go from the letter A of the letter O

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phrase anyway,

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because the other day I had 1234. So, I had to start with ABCD EFG.

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The first one is the logo

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or the understanding of the lover here in particular we mean the language, Arabic language has given particular meaning

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also means

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having a good

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grasp of the meaning of the words.

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He knows the meanings of the words of the Arabic language.

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And again, he should have some depth in this area

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should have some differences area because you might there might be there's many words in Arabic that have more than one meaning.

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So, if he only knows one or two of the meanings, the verse itself might actually mean something else. And he's sticking with his one or two meanings because he doesn't have the knowledge that you need, for example, with an example that we gave earlier,

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could mean either

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the woman when she's on her period, or it could mean the woman during her time of purity.

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If you only know one meaning of the word, you will stick with that meaning without knowing what about

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the meaning of God

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destiny

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also

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can lead

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also means power.

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Because what was the example that we gave earlier

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about the unknown?

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Now

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he thought that we would not or they would not let the rally What's the meaning of the rally in this person that did that then most of the translations if you look in the translation of the say that the Prophet the norm thought that we had no power over

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because they are taking just one meaning this is probably due to this point. And

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most of people who translated the Quran into English they are not.

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So their understanding of Arabic maybe sometimes

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it's

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like my use of English.

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So they take this verse according to the meaning of

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the day No,

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not thinking about the other forms that it could take the other means.

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As I said, we discussed that earlier. That's an example of having to know and lower in some detail

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in order to

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be able to understand consumable.

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The second science

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should be more familiar with them.

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Now,

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obviously, the meaning of a sentence or the meaning of a reward in a sentence will change depending on data, but depending on what what's this rule in the sense that it is a verb, object and prepositions

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are probably the most famous example of that, but

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that's a good example.

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Think of them. As a good example of what I was thinking about as sort of sort of

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the law but human and machine, Akina

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will sort of, if you read that wrong, or even if you just understand

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what's wrong with me,

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instead of thing that a lot of you if you if you're born English in the Arabic grammar, life, you read this verse, instead of saying that Allah and His Messenger are innocent or have nothing to do with the mission, again, you'll read it that Allah is innocent devil has nothing to do with the machine again, and

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is missing.

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So, and he just some small changes in,

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in the scale can really change the meaning of the board, this person also on the reverse side, referred to

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Yeah, that's changing,

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changing the changing the prescription.

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Now

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also,

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what is

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now

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when the meaning of a verse of a word isn't clear,

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sometimes you can derive the meaning of the word by driving where the word come from,

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what's the source of the word, understand the first of the word, you can understand what the word means. Similarly, if you don't understand what the word comes from, you can have a wrong understanding of the one example that was given by the Mk city

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from

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considerateness Ra,

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in which lesson and with Alice's human needs to learn for nursing, the nursing B Mm

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hmm.

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Some people

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I don't know who prefers to some people saying that, on the day of judgment, everyone will be called

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by their, by their mother's name with their mother, based on this verse,

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how do they get that?

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What was their response to that?

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Now, the versus everyone will be cold,

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with their, with their leader or with whoever they follow what they say it means would by their mother, remember him set of meanings or leaders he said to me before that means their mothers. But the plural of can it be in

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this example, we're

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further and close to that, but slightly different also is admin support.

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g also deals with deriving, figuring out where the words are derived.

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Well, this is also a very important

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area when it comes to making passive because without it again, you will

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be likely to make

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many mistakes you perceive.

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For example, the word embassy

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is broken, what word comes from what

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doesn't come from Messiah

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about whether it's a

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slight difference between you should tell me what the difference is?

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Not me.

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There's a slight difference between

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what's the difference between with respect to this one about the Mr. Krause we had one example and in this class

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and that was just after we turned the tape off maybe related to this.

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Now, remember this example

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what what was the what was it What was it that I was saying?

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That if I said that Nova is used with either it means

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it cannot mean waiting

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means

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So someone asked about the verse in the Quran which is upon says what to call us.

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And he invited me without even saying he loved that to mean to give me respect or

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to leave me.

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Like what? what what's the difference? Actually, there's no relation between the two questions because the roots of the tools is what has the three letter root

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and the other one has

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nothing else

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other ways different from the other one or agreed upon that

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also what is needed for the

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for the festival

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is the three and alumina Bonanza

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which are what

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what are those?

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Whenever you have

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aluminum

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maybe you're giving a different

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word for the same thing

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99 Well, Diane, one.

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With many of the three of each one

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you don't know the meaning of the word you don't know what the three are,

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then you should consider yourself not qualified to make

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beauty beauty after mentioning these three he said that these three things are from the most important prerequisite for them

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Manoj

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is

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and you know the data science you know the special characteristics of the words that give it a special meaning. And in some letters for example, in the Arabic language in play two things one is there in the root of the word, they imply some things for example, something ends in the letter What

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does that imply? Usually not always

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something ends in the middle.

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Usually, they'll let you think about

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a brand and brand

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that allows you to distinguish between different words

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on the basis of how clear obscure the word is.

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When the direct means what

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gives you an understanding of the expression of the speech, they say this up said that these three things are most important prerequisites

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any the knowledge of the different citations of the Quran also is the necessity for the most

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because in general the the meaning of the of the different citations, they will not contradict each other

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or otherwise.

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They may supplement each other but they are not general contradict each other. So if you're not familiar with the different readings or citations that were put on, you may come up with

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an interpretation which will contradict each other

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which would mean that your interpretation is incorrect.

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The letter eyes and extend will continue from my finish JK lemon will

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have given to a a was

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he was

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he was

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he was

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what he fng aluminum, Philadelphia weights and nakara

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because you will read it when you read this you should know what is the argument and why

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We didn't necessarily script

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actually it depends on what they mean. But we cannot say that they're wrong completely if they mean right or he had this he had which has no basis, then they are correct.

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And the other one that says that it is acceptable, that they mean any kind of writer or

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man figured out. Neither one is

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going to be executive depends on what they means, everybody